Monthly Archives: October 2012

Milk Magazine

In a previous blog entry I shared about my love for Small Magazine, now I’d like to introduce you to Milk Magazine. Unlike Small, Milk Magazine is an actual magazine. (Remember my magazine addiction) Granted, much of the magazine is … Continue reading

The Posing Guide

  A pose can make or break a portrait. If the subject looks too unnatural, awkward, or uncomfortable  – then that is what will over-power the image. With creative and natural posing, however, the image becomes about your subject, everything … Continue reading

Bigger is Better

  Just a bit of photographer humor for you. Let me also say, if our clients believe an 8×10 is the “big one” and they leave our studio still believing it . . . we have no one to blame … Continue reading

Showcase | Andrea Tate

What better way than to get in the Halloween spirit than with a ghostly-inspired shoot in an old grain mill? Below is my interview with Andrea Tate; the creative photographer behind this haunting tale.   skye | What was the inspiration behind … Continue reading

Delicious Inspiration

Inspired by food? I have an appreciation for food photography  – thanks, in part, to Pinterest and the plethora of food shots you can find there. If you do (and even if you don’t), you’ll love the fabulous Honey + … Continue reading