Category Archives: Portrait Photography

Good friends can be hard to come by

In my last days in Grand Rapids a couple of months ago, I hung out with a friend of mine and took some photos. When I’m one-on-one with a person like that, photographing them, for some reason, there is the … Continue reading

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Nick and Steph

Today, I got to brave the terrible road conditions and persistent snow to come up to Grand Rapids for a short notice engagement session.  This was my first time meeting Steph, but I’ve known Nick for about two and a … Continue reading

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Shelly and Josh Engagement Quick Picks

Today, I had the pleasure of photographing Shelly and Josh for the first time; next time will be their wedding in January!  They’re a really fun couple, easygoing, and a genuine joy to be around.  I have a LOT of … Continue reading

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Scans from Herrnhut

I’ve still been at it – and have hundreds more negatives to scan.  Here are a few from my time living in Herrnhut, Germany.  Some are straight 35mm b&w shot with a Nikon F100.  The ones that show the sprocket … Continue reading

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More Mordançage Print Scans

*Edit: One of the cool things about these images, and many others I’ve been posting lately is that the effects aren’t digital.  The textures, edges, tones, etc. are a product of the analog processes I use.  The only digital components … Continue reading

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