Monthly Archives: August 2013

‘Annie’ – Senior Photography – Woodstock, VA

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I love it when a location works so well with the subject that you almost can’t breathe because you know what you have on your camera is amazing. This was one of those sessions. This old barn reminded me of an old abandoned barn on the ranch I grew up on in Wyoming, walking inside...

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Oliva Part 2 – Senior Photographer – Shenandoah Valley, VA

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So many amazing pictures! I couldn’t wait to get started on editing this set of pictures and once I started I just had to finish and post them tonight. Fortunately, it’s not to late! I so enjoyed both sessions with this beautiful girl and was so delighted with the shots we got.      ...

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‘Director Dreams’ – Child Photographer – Woodstock, VA

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  Watch for this young kid to make it in the big leagues some day. He has a deep love for making films and has quite the imagination in putting the story together. If you live in the local area you should check out one of the showings of his film ‘Detached’.      ...

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Olivia Part 1 – Senior Photography – Shenandoah Valley, VA

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It all started with a phone call from a local mother who wanted something a bit different for her daughter’s senior session. It turned into two sessions one on each end of the weekend. It then involved a plane ticket from Iowa to bring said daughter to Virginia. I have said this before and I...

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‘Hello and Goodbye’ – Family Photographer – Woodstock, VA

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This sweet family has been a part of our church family for about 6 years now. Sadly, they are moving on to join another church family and have some great experiences in wonderful places. So glad I had a chance to snap them before they headed off. Good luck to you in all your future...

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