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Monthly Archives: April 2009

Photo of the Day: Eight Years Old!

My baby boy is eight today! Happy Birthday to this little guy who makes me smile each and every day. These photos were taken indoors, using window light only. I used my Canon 5D and 100/2.8 Macro lens for the shots. Settings were f/2.8, 1/160 and ISO 800. The processing was done in Adobe Lightroom […]

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Photo of the Day: Seattle Bridal Portrait

This photo was taken in downtown Seattle at a Photography conference a couple of weeks ago. I used my Canon 5D and 24-70/2.8L lens for this shot. The settings were f/2.8, 1/250 and ISO 100. The processing was done in Adobe Lightroom (added contrast, white balance adjustment) and Adobe Photoshop CS4 (sharpening).

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Photo of the Day: Family Beach Day

This photo was taken over the weekend at Dash Point State Park. We hiked to the park on Sunday and then the kids played on the beach for awhile. I love this moment of the two of them walking and talking together. This is how I’d like to remember them when they are grown. I […]

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Seattle Engagement Photos {Seattle Wedding Photographer}

I spent the weekend at a fabulous photography conference in Seattle. Photographers are so willing to share with each other and it makes for a wonderful learning experience. I came home exhausted, excited and inspired! We went on several group photo shoots during the conference. This one was an engagement session that took place at […]

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Play Ball!

The Mariners aren’t the only ones who had opening day last week. This is my little Rockie making his debut on the mound and behind the plate.

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Photo of the Day: Four Paws

Just one more of ten week old Liam. Liam lives up north in Briar and is my new nephew. I just loved his little paws. This was taken with my Canon 5D and 50mm/1.4 lens. The settings were f/2.0, 1/250, ISO 800. All natural window light. I processed this in Adobe Lightroom (contrast boost) and […]

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