Jonathan – Senior Portrait Session

My latest senior portrait session was taken at a location called Swallow Hollow.  It’s a nature trial located on Knowlesville Road on the east side of the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuse.

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How To Start a Blog in 2018 – Easy to Follow Guide for Beginners

Learn to blog. Step-by-step guide to learn how to start a blog, choose the best blogging platform and avoid the common blogging mistakes made by newbies.

Source: How To Start a Blog in 2018 – Easy to Follow Guide for Beginners

Where does the time go?

Like I do almost every evening in the summer, I now find myself sitting in the yard under the shade tree, taking in the evening joys of summer… I love watching the kittens play and grow, and listening to the birds sing…

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Moving away from Social?

In an era when everyone and their brother (and Mother and Sister) are on at least one of the social media platforms (myself included) I’m actually trying to move away from it a little bit and rejuvenate and curate my blog.

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Nikon Full-Frame Mirrorless Cameras The Nikon Z7 & Nikon Z6

I’ve been anxiously awaiting for news on Nikon’s new full frame mirrorless cameras!  I love the idea of mirrorless – less moving parts to wear out, but because the view you seen in the viewfinder is now on a tiny LCD display, I wonder how “responsive” it is for fast action photography?

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Tanner & Tavian Senior Portrait Session

I’ve been shooting senior class photos since the year 2013. I’ve provided my services for seniors for various school districts in Orleans, Monroe and Niagara Counties. But for some strange reason, shooting for seniors in the Medina school district – my home turf, has been fairly rare.  In fact, I had my first senior session for a Medina student just last year!

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Smoky Skies

For the past few days, the sun shine hasn’t been quite as bright as it normally shines. The sky has been covered with a milky haze, and it’s not because of thin cloud cover, it’s because of smoke from the wild fires that are burning on the west coast.

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Lost Perspective. . .

I’m not really sure where everything went wrong, or what changed, but over the past few weeks and months, I’ve slowly come to the conclusion that somewhere along the way – photography stopped being fun, and it became a job.

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