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Using Flash Photography

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The Digital Eye is my column in What’s Up Yukon. This article was published September 1, 2011. There are some photographers who frown on the use of flash photography but I believe that flash, used effectively, is a tool that … Continue reading

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Authenticity in Black and White

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[fb_like] A well-executed black and white photograph is a creation of timeless grace and beauty. The landscapes of Ansel Adams, the street photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson and the magnificent portraits of Yousuf Karsh have captured the imagination and attention of … Continue reading

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Boudoir/Romance Portraits

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[fb_like] What Is Boudoir Photography? Boudoir, in current photographic terms, refers to a style of portraiture that includes personal, romantic, revealing, sensual images.  Each woman has an idea of what is beautiful and attractive and your session should be a … Continue reading

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Environmental Portraits

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[fb_like] Tell your story, or at least a part of it, in a photograph. In essence, that’s how I view the genre of environmental portraiture. These portraits are created in your usual environment; at your home, workplace or where you … Continue reading

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