Posts made in December, 2012

Senior Photographer, Springfield, MA

Posted in Artistic Photography, Photography Blog, Portrait Photography, Senior Portrait Photography

Senior Photographer, Springfield, MA

I’ve been getting a lot of business from my website – this is one of them and it was great! She needed pictures done for her yearbook and, of course, needed them ASAP. With the weather being so cold, we were forced to shoot indoors. Her house was beautifully decorated for the holidays, so it worked out great! Only problem was the size of the room, it was kinda small 🙂 – but we made it work! After moving furniture, shooting from the other room, and getting really creative, we got some great Senior shots and some great family pictures too!...

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Family Photographer, Wilbraham, MA

Posted in Cards, Photography Blog, Portrait Photography

Family Photographer, Wilbraham, MA

Just a couple from a family shoot for Christmas cards this year! The poor pooch was getting tired towards the end...

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Photo Restoration Service, Wilbraham, MA

Posted in Artistic Photography, Custom Photography, Photo Restoration, Photography Blog, Reproduction Photography, Technology

Photo Restoration Service, Wilbraham, MA

This was the year for cool projects and here is another one. I was asked to make copies of pictures for one of my clients, they were really old pictures of her family… cool stuff. One was in perfect condition, one needed a little bit of photoshop, but the last one… the last one was in bad shape. Here’s the before and after… while I’m not going to win any awards with this photoshop job, the client was thrilled and I’m pretty happy with the results...

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Head Shot Photographer, Enfield, CT

Posted in Custom Photography, Featured, Head Shot Photography, Headshot Photography, Photography Blog, Portrait Photography, Technology

Head Shot Photographer, Enfield, CT

I travel quite a bit to take pictures for folks. Included in my bag of tricks is my portable green-screen (which is reversible, with blue on the back). This makes it easy for me to do head shots and not have to worry about carting around a ton of backdrops or worrying if someone is wearing blue (or green) and having them disappear when I use my green screen software to apply various backgrounds.   A very simple setup, with two lights off to each side of my subject(s). I use the portable green screen pop-up behind and a green screen backdrop for the floor. Okay, this looks a little weird, but...

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