Monthly Archives: March 2011

A short break in editing….

I’ve spent all day editing some images from Andrew and Sarah‘s wedding day. I’m not gonna lie, it was super dimly lit in that church and a challenging task to photograph indeed. It was one of those churches that is as dark as anything, but with massive stained glass windows streaming rays of light in […]

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Meet Spencer – the acrobatic puppy

Continuing on in our little ‘Meet Coralee’ series (part 1, part 2)…how about a Meet Spencer!? If you didn’t already know, Coralee and I are crazy about our little Cavoodle. It’s embarassing (yeah, the name Cavoodle – but also our infatuation with her), but she actually is the cutest little companion a photographer could ever […]

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On top of the world in the Far North…

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to take a university class on a field trip around the Far North. How beautiful is our country that I could be on top of the world one minute, and in the depths of an ancient Kauri forest the next!? I feel lucky to have taken in […]

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Slipping through the cracks…

Sometimes I’ll shoot a roll (or rolls) of film, get it back, then just forget about it forever. Mostly it’s because I’m just not feeling the images. I hate that feeling when you see the film developed and for whatever reason it’s not what you’d intended. I almost let this random roll from the Mamiya […]

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