Posts Tagged 'photographer'

Driving across Kansas into Colorado: Road Trip Part 2

We kicked off our summer road trip at City Museum in St. Louis, and WOW, we had so much fun. I can’t believe I’ve visited that city since I was a child and this was the first year to go

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Driving across Kansas into Colorado: Road Trip Part 2

We kicked off our summer road trip at City Museum in St. Louis, and WOW, we had so much fun. I can’t believe I’ve visited that city since I was a child and this was the first year to go

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Photographing Businesses and Executives in Northwest Arkansas

Each year Arkansas Business honors the state’s top executives, small businesses and nonprofits with the annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. It’s become a photography project that I look forward to shooting because I get to meet new people and gain

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Photographing Businesses and Executives in Northwest Arkansas

Each year Arkansas Business honors the state’s top executives, small businesses and nonprofits with the annual Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. It’s become a photography project that I look forward to shooting because I get to meet new people and gain

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Can you drop a camera and take a good photo?

My old boss always had random sayings about photography that really didn’t make much sense, but somehow they still run through my head all these years later. I don’t remember the exact saying, but he used to talk about dropping a

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Can you drop a camera and take a good photo?

My old boss always had random sayings about photography that really didn’t make much sense, but somehow they still run through my head all these years later. I don’t remember the exact saying, but he used to talk about dropping a

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F8 and be there — with a little bit a luck.

Have you ever heard the phrase “f8 and be there?” It’s attributed to being said by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) in the late 40’s, and it’s a phrase that comes through my head every time I am in one of those “is

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F8 and be there — with a little bit a luck.

Have you ever heard the phrase “f8 and be there?” It’s attributed to being said by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) in the late 40’s, and it’s a phrase that comes through my head every time I am in one of those “is

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Reflections and Celebrations on being a freelance photographer for 10 years…

Ten years ago today I walked into the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, where I was a staff photographer, and gave my notice. As I stood next to the filing cabinets in the digital dark room, my boss looked at me and said, “You’re

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Reflections and Celebrations on being a freelance photographer for 10 years…

Ten years ago today I walked into the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, where I was a staff photographer, and gave my notice. As I stood next to the filing cabinets in the digital dark room, my boss looked at me and said, “You’re

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Why it’s never just a quick portrait

Several months ago, I traveled to Dennard, Arkansas, to take portraits of Lalla Lee Ostergren for Arkansas Food and Farm. The magazine wanted to feature her holistic lifestyle and years spent as an organic gardener. It was supposed to be just

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Why it’s never just a quick portrait

Several months ago, I traveled to Dennard, Arkansas, to take portraits of Lalla Lee Ostergren for Arkansas Food and Farm. The magazine wanted to feature her holistic lifestyle and years spent as an organic gardener. It was supposed to be just

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Beth Hall Photography – Arkansas Product Photographer

So many things have been happening at Beth Hall Photography over the past few months that I’ve hardly had time to update my blog. I have added new clients this year, including photographing eCommerce for P. Allen Smith. Toward the end of

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Beth Hall Photography – Arkansas Product Photographer

So many things have been happening at Beth Hall Photography over the past few months that I’ve hardly had time to update my blog. I have added new clients this year, including photographing eCommerce for P. Allen Smith. Toward the end of

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Mark Zweig – Architect – Fayetteville Arkansas Photographer

I recently photographed Fayetteville architect and businessman Mark Zweig. I was really excited to meet him since I’ve admired his homes for many years on my drives through town. I can’t help but like someone who is making my city

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Mark Zweig – Architect – Fayetteville Arkansas Photographer

I recently photographed Fayetteville architect and businessman Mark Zweig. I was really excited to meet him since I’ve admired his homes for many years on my drives through town. I can’t help but like someone who is making my city

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Hugos – Fayetteville, Arkansas – Food Photographer

When I moved to Fayetteville almost 20 years ago, Hugos was the first restaurant I visited for lunch. It’s the place where the locals go that has a great assortment of food on the menu. They have awesome burgers and sandwiches, and a good

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Hugos – Fayetteville, Arkansas – Food Photographer

When I moved to Fayetteville almost 20 years ago, Hugos was the first restaurant I visited for lunch. It’s the place where the locals go that has a great assortment of food on the menu. They have awesome burgers and sandwiches, and a good

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National Geographic Traveler – Tulsa, Oklahoma – Editorial Photographer

I spent a couple of days in the fall shooting a Best of the World feature for National Geographic Traveler in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I was asked to focus on The Brady District, and was given a list of places that were

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National Geographic Traveler – Tulsa, Oklahoma – Editorial Photographer

I spent a couple of days in the fall shooting a Best of the World feature for National Geographic Traveler in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I was asked to focus on The Brady District, and was given a list of places that were

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