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Give yourself a little license to play

You can click on the image and see a larger version of it in Flickr. It's cool.. If there's one thing that totally stood out for me today, is to never underestimate the power of just playing around. I think that often times I'm usually trying to execute (i'll share more on that later), than play. I think that makes getting different ideas a little harder. Take this picture for example. I went into it with no real pre-conceived ideas of what I wanted to do with it. Truthfully, I…
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Back in the Saddle..and Blogging..

Dear Blog. I have been cheating on you. It’s been so long since you and I connected. But finally that should change..

The Flatiron Building

It’s been an interesting couple of months. I’ve spent a lot of the time moving a lot of my personal website stuff over to one location, and consolidating all of these web properties into one spot. That, and writing “Get Your Photography On the Web” being completed (more on that later), I felt like I was able to run up for air for a few days and take a look at this blog again.

Consider it a case of the Cobblers son not having any shoes – I just guess I thought that not that many people would be interested in hearing my personal views and voice on X, and Y – that most of the time they’d be interested in tutorials and teaching, and tech. As it turns out a lot of you were cool about emailing and asking about what I was going to do with the blog, so rather than just let it whither, I figured i’d come here and just spew about all sorts of stuff.

Why don’t I start by telling you about the image above- the Flatiron building in NYC. That was a doozy to get.

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Central Park in the Fall

You could not have asked for a better day than today. So, I was in the mood to shoot a landscape while I was in New York City. Some of the best memories I have are walking through Central Park – so naturally this would be an immediate choice for me. However, I wanted to be able to shoot Central Park from a view not that many people get to see.

What I got, was an altogether memorable experience. Let me tell you about it!

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Meet Dany & Issac! The La Jolla Epilogue

Meet Dany and Issac – the couple from the La Jolla Engagement.  I get to share their moment.. & how the world takes care of itself in this post….

They Contacted Me!

So after a few nervous days on my part, I finally received the email that I was hoping to get. Early one morning I got an exhuberant email from Dany (the young girl in this picture) asking whether I had a video that I can send her so she could see. Throughout this entire time, Dany and her husband to be Issac had no clue that I had cut the video and posted it on youtube. The story is interesting to me on many levels. Read on to see why..