Newborns: As Seen by Janine is the latest development in my photography business!
A natural follow-up to adding weddings to my services in 2013 was newborn photography. My chance came with the arrival of Olive Jolie Paciotti the first week of November, daughter of Eric and Steph Paciotti, whose wedding I photographed during Colorado’s Great Flood in September 2013. Total joy was the experience of photographing Olive at 3-weeks-old and also getting a gorgeous family photo with her parents! (more…)
About a year ago, I learned that any really serious photographer knows they need to be using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom in order to take advantage of the best there is for professional photo management.
Nonetheless, sadly, for the past year I have been floundering with a very poorly organized workflow and storage system, resulting in far less than optimum use of my Lightroom’s capabilities. That is, until I came across what, in my mind, was like finding the absolute MOTHER LODE OF LIGHTROOM AND IMAGE STORAGE TUTORIALS by David Marx on TheLightroomLab.com! (more…)
Oh, how I love, love, love my X-Rite ColorMunki color calibrator!
What makes me especially partial to the ColorMunki Design model I use is that it not only color calibrates my computer’s display, but it also calibrates my printer to match my display, making perfect home prints possible on the first try, every try. (more…)
David duChemin is a photographer who has a genuine understanding of how to make a portrait which evokes a deep and profound reaction in the viewer. (more…)
I was super-excited when I learned Daniel Bailey’s newest eBook was going to be about “Going Fast With Light.” This eBook is an outstanding resource, whether you’re totally new to off-camera flash, or you’re a pro photographer looking for ways to lighten up your arsenal of off-camera lighting gear! (more…)