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Photographing the OC District Attorney’s 2015 Annual Report

Photographing the OC District Attorney’s 2015 Annual Report

  Hi Friends, I recently completed a 6-month long project (about 5 days of photography over the course of the project) for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office for their 2015 Biennial Report. What an awesome project!  It incorporates all the things I love about my job: interesting people, interesting locations, lighting challenges, and the opportunity […]

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New Faces of Freedom Portrait: 2AC Robert J. Haverstick – USAF

New Faces of Freedom Portrait: 2AC Robert J. Haverstick – USAF

Family History – USAF Airman Robert J. Haverstick I have a special place in my heart for our nation’s military servicemen and women: both veterans and active duty personnel.  So, it’s with great pride and gratitude that I am able to add a portrait of my own dad, Robert J. Haverstick, to my “Faces of Freedom […]

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Two New Portraits Added to the Faces of Freedom Project

Two New Portraits Added to the Faces of Freedom Project

  Hi Friends, I had the opportunity this week to add two new portraits to my “Faces of Freedom Project.”  US Army veteran, Roman Lechicky and former US Air Force Security Police officer, Greg Crandall, were kind enough to sit for me for this series.  The Faces of Freedom Project is a personal endeavor to […]

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BNI Diamond Club Business Portraits – Download ’em Here!

BNI Diamond Club Business Portraits – Download ’em Here!

Hi Friends, Thanks for trusting me with your likeness this morning! For those who had your portrait made, you can download them from the gallery  below by clicking on the thumbnail, then right-clicking (Mac folks, control-click) on the larger image, then save to your drive.  (I thought this would be easier than individually emailing everyone […]

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Business Portraits – Attorney at Law

Hi Friends, I had the privilege this week of photographing my good friend, worship team compatriot, and distinguished attorney: Allen Brown. Allen has recently been elected president of his country club and needed some new professional portraits both for his practice and for his new role as “The Man.” We shot on location in his […]

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New Headshots for Masquer Ministries’ Christmas Production: “Traditions”

Hi Friends, Once again I’ve been privileged to photograph the dress rehearsal for Masquer Ministries’ Christmas production: “Traditions: A Performance Art Concert.” The show is a selection of familiar and not-so-familiar Christmas songs that will leave you wanting more! Truly a terrific way to get in the proper Christmas mindset. The show runs this weekend […]

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High-Key Business Portraits

Hi Friends, We’ve known Joel for probably 20 years. When he came to me to update his portrait for various business publications, I couldn’t help but recommend the very popular high-key look.  Works great in all sorts of applications. For business portraiture, my preference is generally to go to the client – to photograph them […]

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Location Portraits – Dr. King: Tustin Chronic Conditions Center

Hi Friends, I met with Dr. Corey King, D.C. owner and clinical director of the Tustin Chronic Conditions Center today, and had an opportunity to photograph him for his new website.  We did a high-key white background image, of course – the staple look for medical portraits.  Dr. King’s focus is on neurological function, and […]

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A New Style of Portraiture…for Me: Pinup! (G-rated)

Hi Friends, So one of my Photoshop students invited me to a photography meetup he’d arranged. Other than the occasional photowalk, and out-of-class specialty discussions, I’ve never really participated in a photography meetup.  So, I was intrigued.  He then indicated that the style of the day would be pinup.  Of course, I was familiar with […]

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High-Key Studio Setup for Full Length Portraits

Hi Friends, Inspired by a photography blog somewhere, I’ve been working on perfecting my high-key studio set – expanding to be able to do full length / full body portraits. I’ve never really liked the seamless paper rolls — specifically, I’ve never liked having my subjects stand on them.  They get dirty, they tear, and […]

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