It's Superbowl weekend and while the NFL is bringing their big game tomorrow, Lori C is bringing her "A" game to Headshot of the Week! today. Just a glance is all it takes for that awesome smile to make you stop and look. Lori was a blast to work with in the short time we had (minutes really) as several other people were getting headshots during this corporate shoot. Great job Lori!


For the last Headshot of the Week! for January, 2017, here is Charlee C. There's no doubt Charlee was having fun during our headshot shoot and she really brought her A-game for this one. Great smile and brilliant eyes just pull it all together for this one. I had just met Charlee for this shoot and we didn't have much time but she helped me make this look easy. Thanks Charlee!


Kristen D is our Headshot of the Week! for our second HotW! of 2017. Kristen was so much fun to work with and I think you can tell that she had a great time as well. That smile is fantastic and her eyes are just brilliant in this shot. Her look here is very engaging and holds the viewer's attention the moment you glance at her. Way to go Kristen!



Say hello to Jennifer F, this week's Headhot of the Week!. Jennifer's headshot was one of those that was easy to see why it was picked for HotW! as soon as I started reviewing her images. She got in front of the camera and just crushed it with this look! 2017 is shaping up to be an even better year than 2016 for killer headshots if I keep getting images like this.


cameraI recently read a post over at Fstoppers ( discussing listing photographic gear one uses in addition to their other info on their social media and other web presence(s). The author was looking for opinions on this practice. This got me thinking and eventually, writing…

The 3 R’s, Results Results Results

I don’t post my equipment list on my client facing website and social media spaces and I have no desire to. If I’m sharing my photographic work and trying entice potential clients to contact me, I want them to see the results, not the process. 

There are cases where I do post this information for sharing the details with other photographers and friends. These are in the spirit of education and support, not trying to impress potential clients with brand names.

In most cases , I don’t believe my clients care what camera, lens, or other gear I use to create an image for them. They DO care that I know how to use that gear to produce the images they are looking for. The results, as they say, speak for themselves and clients who approach me saw my work and liked what they saw.

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