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Monthly Archive for April, 2010

A Beautiful Baby

A grandmother brought  her grandson over the other day for a portrait.  I had to think this one through for a moment.  The baby was about 6 months old.  He was to big for the newborn look and not old enough to sit up in some of the props that I normally use.  I decided [...]

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It’s All About The light!

In my last blog I talked about my trip to some of the red rock country of Utah.  I wanted to expand on that with a story of what happened at the end of the day.  The weather did not really cooperate with us.  We had anything from thin to thick cloud cover the entire [...]

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Deserts

My dad was a military officer so we moved across country many times through out my childhood.  Between moving and vacations we spent a lot of time traversing the western United States.  At that time I looked at the miles of desert scenery as boring miles of nothing.  But what I did not appreciate at [...]

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Politics and Babies

Since I’m a state delegate this year I’ve been attending various political rallies as candidates via for position as we lead up to the 2010 elections.  Today I attended a rally at Noah’s in Lindon, Utah for Mike Lee.  Mike addressed the attendees and then broke for questions and some lunch.  I found it very [...]

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Piano Player and an Accent

I photographed a teen this afternoon.  Having graduated high school, he is heading out to college shortly and his mother wanted some images of him.  I’m actually in the process of creating images of all the children in the family and we needed to get this one done ASAP.  I found this young man quite easy [...]

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