My Favorite Photos of 2016

Continuing my 10th annual year end tradition, here are the my favorite photos that I took during 2016 in no specific order. This tradition started as part of Jim Goldstein’s year end blog project and I appreciate Jim’s continued hard work on this project. You can also see my past yearly favorites, going back to 2007, in the …

Da-Da… (Happy Father’s Day)

Father’s day is a great chance to dig through you’re family archive and realize how quickly time passes.  Today also brings to light one challenge I seem to have…getting picture of the kids with me in them!  So, how do all the other photographer’s out there get their spouses to actively take family pictures with them …

Another Way to Measure a Year

As I mentioned in My Favorite Photos of 2011 post, the year was a slow one on my traditional photographic fronts of landscape, travel, and stock photography as well as with publishing of photos.  All due to a new photographic front for me, child portraiture.  I purposely put the camera done as much as possible to …

Welcoming Matthew

It’s been quiet around the digital homesteads recently as all my focus for the past week has been on the physical homestead.  Matthew (aka Baby Mini-G) was welcomed into our family recently and my wife and I have been busy adjusting to life as parents and members of the sandwich generation.   I’ve also been …

One Location, A Dozen Different Portraits

This afternoon I closed the books on a photo project that I started about four weeks ago, my VMworld 2009 Portrait Project (latoga labs has a summary and the public set of VMworld 2009 Portraits). This project “crossed the streams” between my hemispheres and allowed me to practice both my on location lighting technique and …