Monthly Archives: October 2009

What to Wear? Girls

As a family photographer I am often asked for suggestions on what clients should wear for a shoot. I provide a tip sheet with recommendations, such as avoiding strong patterns and logos. That said, it doesn’t mean that clothing should be boring.
As they say, pictures speak louder than words, so over the next...

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Family Portrait: Country Chic

I love the juxtaposition of opposites; the soft with the hard, the the pretty with the rough. For a recent family portrait session in the Pacific Palisades in Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to work with a gorgeous family with three adorable little girls.
The mother had clearly taken the time to think about...

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The Beauty and the Beast

These last couple of weeks I have been battling performance issues. Performance of my computer to be more specific. My trusted Mac has been huffing and puffing trying to keep up with all the photos. After a few sessions of my hair going grey while waiting for it to perform some effects...

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Maternity: Cross Cultural Connection

Having a cross cultural relationship is not always as easy as one might think. You each come to the relationship with different cultural points of reference, sometimes a different sense of humor and different traditions which can cause misunderstandings and tension.
However, I recently met a couple for their maternity shoot and they made crossing...

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Pumpkin Extravaganza

The weather has been chillier here in Southern California. We have also been blessed with a generous downpour of rain, not much of an event for other parts of the country, but for us it’s a big deal since we are in a drought.
While the rain kept some people home, my son and...

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