Monday, June 30, 2008

Restoration: 1950 Washington Redskins

This was my biggest restoration job yet!
This client's (John) father was a member of the 1950 Redskins. This is their official team portrait shot at the nation's capitol, and this print was in bad shape.
It is four feet wide, so I had to photograph it in three sections and then stitch it together to get one complete image to work on.
Turned out pretty nice, I think...

This is Josh & Lauri's third (and final?) babyparts session. If you view some less-recent posts, you will see their boys. They are also well represented on my website...and my studio. It never seems to be enough for Lauri though. :)

I'm glad you got your girl, and I'm glad we got such great images. Now, enjoy!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Kelsey's senior portraits's that time of year.
Graduating High School is a major milestone.
You have a choice when the time comes to have your senior portraits. Settle for the "one size fits all" school photography assembly line, or...
come to me!
This is Kelsey...she made the right decision. :)

Friday, June 13, 2008

Another "senior" citizen session

Not what you were expecting?
Well, Christian is a senior, and he is of course a citizen. :)

I've been photographing Christian for years now, they grow up so fast...sniff.
Anyway, great stuff - take a look.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Senior Spokesmodel 2009 - Montana

This is Montana, a senior "rep" and guinea pig for my new patio lights experiment. She was a great model, and we got some killer shots. I'm just sorry she had to see what a baby I am when the bee chased me at the outdoor session. We all have our issues. :)

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Photo restoration work in Delaware

Okay, I added my State in the title of the post just to help "googlers" find me. :)
I was recently contacted with a request to "fix" two images as best as possible. I think you can see there is hope for just about any old photograph you have.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

A senior...our senior

I actually have a few senior sessions to post, but I'll have to start with one we're kind of fond of...daughter #2, Lauren.
Lauren was for the most part, an unwilling participant in the whole senior portrait process. I love these images, and I loved torturing her with multiple sessions. It's the little things... :)

We are very proud of her.