Tag Archives: Little Rock children’s photographer

10 on 10 – May (lifestyle photography) Heber Springs, Arkansas photographer

10 on 10… Ten photos taken throughout one day or event documenting that day or event as an exercise in lifestyle photography My oldest son just taught me and his little brother how to play chess the night before so that’s what the little one wanted to do first thing in the morning. He beat […]

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Ignite: A Creative Discovery (April Fine Art Photography) Arkansas Photographer

Fine art photography time and…Boy oh boys! I know I’ve mentioned this before but I’m surrounded by them! Boys at home, a boy dog and a boy husband – a whole herd of ‘em! Smelly socks, goofy grins and a bunch of boys just being, well, boys. Because of that and because I seem to […]

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10 on 10 – April (Lifestyle Photography) Arkansas Photographer

10 on 10…Ten photos taken throughout one day or event, documenting that day or event, as an exercise in lifestyle photography Starting the morning with baseball practice Then grandpa “Po” comes over for lunch and visits with Patrick the Poodle Jumping on the trampoline before lunch Nibblin’ on a rib A little driveway science time […]

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People Pictures: “Turn Your Camera Around” (Self-Portrait) Arkansas Photographer

Oh the dreaded self-portrait! As photographers, we ask people to smile, lean in, move a little to the left, a little to the right, sit up straight, act like you like each other, and so on. We’re always saying as we snap away, “the photo looks great!” or “Relax, you look beautiful!” and then wonder […]

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People Pictures: “Language that Liberates” Arkansas Portrait Photographer

According to photographer Chris Orwig in his book, “People Pictures,” turning to language as inspiration can help the photographer move beyond “one-dimensional ideas” to create “more interesting and story-filled pictures.” This is the idea behind today’s post. It’s part of a group I’m participating in that’s currently going through Orwig’s book as an exercise in […]

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