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Value has Three Legs.

At the grocery store the cost of peanut butter has gone up and so has orange juice. Little Debbie's Oatmeal Cream Pies haven't gotten more expensive, but they're smaller. What's not only held its price but upped its value? Tripods.

I give you snowy night time photography.

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Nia Sees the Light.

Nia is a model that's well ahead of the game and a fabulous person to work with. That's what allowed us to be more creative during our shoot. Not only did she own the in studio strobe sets with her many looks, but she handled daylight and lengthy fluorescent bulb exposures with the same style and grace. Below are two looks from two different strobe sets:

In the sun, she shines:

Even a one second exposure. No problem:

Thank you, Nia.

 

 

 

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Good Night

Ordinary scenes become much more dynamic at night. It's a combination of many elements, including varying color temperatures and dramatic shadows.

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Icy hot.

My father has always enjoyed photographing wooded winter landscapes, while I like more urban and abstract scenes. The sun broke through the clouds yesterday just before sunset, allowing me to capture the winter woods as I see them (and then some). -N-

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