Getting Started in Wedding Photography

Getting Started in Wedding Photography
It’s neat to see how what I’m learning in the Bible sometimes relates to the work I happen to be doing at the time. This week, I’ve been in Matthew 19 studying the command of Christ to “Honor Marriage.” And it was this week that a friend of mine wrote to ask if I could shoot his wedding. So I did what I always do... Read More »

Learn Lightroom

Learn Lightroom
I’ve been thinking about how little I’ve written here on my blog about the curriculum or activities surrounding CAPTURE! This is probably because I do not exactly know what all is going to happen because I’ve never been on one myself. I’m sure I’ll have plenty to blog about once we’re finished CAPTURE North Carolina,... Read More »

Excursion to Maryland

Excursion to Maryland
Of all the pictures I have ever taken, I can’t think of one single image that I have taken in the state of Maryland! That is, until a few weeks ago. On a weekend excursion to the Normoyle’s home in Dickerson, MD, our families took a hike close to their home to a beautiful, little overlook in Sugarloaf Mountain... Read More »

Mistakes Don’t Always Turn Out Badly

Mistakes Don’t Always Turn Out Badly
These two shots of a very colorful Asian Lily in my Mom’s flower garden were taken about 20 seconds apart from each other. I set up and shot the first one in accordance with my typical style for nature shots. The second one was taken by mistake, due to an oversight while changing settings while experimenting with a... Read More »

Parade Preparation

Parade Preparation
I jumped at the opportunity to play patriotic songs on the harmonica with other instrumentalists on the 4th of July float yesterday, so I didn’t get to take any pictures during the actual parade. However, I did get to take a few shots during preparation. What a ton of fun it is to be working along side other families... Read More »

Ready Always

Ready Always
Happy Independence Day! One reason I’m grateful for a day off the normal grind of every-day responsibilities is that one can be available for doing things that one wouldn’t normally have the time to do . . . like, agree at the drop of a hat to drive 40 minutes away to pick up hundreds of New Testaments to hand out at... Read More »

Wallpapers for Summer

Wallpapers for Summer
It’s been a while since I added some images to the Wallpapers Page. With preparing curriculum for CAPTURE, studying how the Bible relates to photography and preparing for future travels, I’ve been sticking pretty close to home these days and focusing in on the intricate beauty within the close vicinity each... Read More »

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