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Whatever it takes to get the shot.

April 03, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This was a memorable shoot because its my very first sunset shoot with a model, actually there were 2 models that day and I wanted to make sure I create what I visioned. I had a to carry a generator filled with gas, large camera bag, light stands and strobes about 200 yards of beach and a small climb thru some rocks. Why generator? Well I had Alien...
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My everything Melia and Rielan

March 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The family and I were on our way to Lake Tahoe, Ca for vacation. Halfway thru our trip we decided to take a pit stop in Sacramento, Ca (Old Town) and get a bite to eat. Old town is historical area of Sacramento that has old brick roads, river boats and a western feel to it. Stop by and bring the kids if you are ever in the Sacramento area. I rented...
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Calm and collective

February 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This picture is one of my favorite shots of all the weddings I've done. After the bride put on her dress, shoes and vail one of the brides maid noticed that the backside of her dress was wrinkled. With time ticking and a great time to panic this bride stayed calm and collective. She even managed to smile at the camera while her maid of honor ironed...
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Ballet

February 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I captured this graceful image of Jaelyn by using only 1 light source (Alien Bee 800) with a 60 Octobox to her left side. Jaelyn did such a great job at this shoot and was willing to do anything to get the image. Thank you Jaelyn for everything.
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Gold Coast rooftop shoot

January 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
In the summer of 2014 I had the opportunity to shoot on a rooftop and capture some apparel for Gold Coast apparel. Model Savannah Kreisman was perfect for this shoot because she has the California girl look. I used my Nikon D700, 24-105mm, B800 Alien Bee strobe and 1 large octobox. My white balance was at 5800 to give it a warm feel and look.
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Dedication to the late artist Prince.

December 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
In May of 2016 I was contacted by a very talented artist Rose Defino. She asked me to do a very unique dedication to the artist Prince who just recently passed away in April. She body painted a model with all the symbols, albums covers, colors, etc that was connected to Prince. During halfway of the shoot she mentioned to me that this picture was g...
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Kona, Hawaii

June 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
2008 I flew to Kona, Hawaii to shoot a very intimate wedding. The setting for the ceremony had a beautiful tree as an altar and I figure a nice wide angle lens would be perfect. I used my 10mm DX lens to capture it and made the picture sepia to give it a nice classy feel. Today this is still one of my favorite wedding pictures. Nikon D200 camera a...
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