DIY Portable V-Flat + Video

*Affiliate links below to support my coffee habit!* Having a portable V-Flat in your photography kit can provide a unique tool when creating images for your clients. A V-Flat can be used as a background or a tool to bounce or absorb light on your subject. Have you ever thought about making your own portable …

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A Decade of Favorite Images

A Decade Of Favorite Images

To have a visual representation of your work over the past ten years is pretty special. I have combed through countless photos and have chosen a decade of favorite images and hope you enjoy seeing what I have been able to capture over the years. Being a professional photographer definitely has its fun and challenging …

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How To Use Personal Brand Images To Connect With Your Audience

Personal Brand Photography Sessions are on the rise and it's due to the vast amount of visual content people consume online and the challenge that businesses face having new and consistent images to keep their audiences engaged. Personal Brand Sessions solve two major problems for business both big and small. First, they save the business …

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CT Craft Beer Labels

On Assignment: The Art Behind CT Craft Beer Labels

The Connecticut beer trail is on fire and with 90 breweries open and 17 pending. According to the CT Brewers Guild, competition to attract an audience is on an all time high. Besides the great beers inside the cans, the exterior artwork among all these breweries is fascinating and helps brands stand out from the …

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Then and Now, 9 Year Review Of My Portrait Photography

Then and Now, 9 Year Review Of My Portrait Photography

The photography industry has changed so much since I started my journey as a professional photographer 9 years ago. (www.nbphotog.com) The most notable is social media. Although Facebook was around, Instagram had not taken off. I can only imagine my classmates taking video during photo class and documenting all the good and "shouldn't be seen" …

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