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Halloween – Creepy Jeff

Here’s another one that I posted on Facebook a while back, but never blogged…  Last Halloween, Jeff, Max, and I were at Melissa’s for a Halloween party.  The three of us–at Jeff’s insistence–went around the corner to the abandoned industrial buildings (where I shot the

Hotel Party Madness!

This is an older one, but from a rather fun night with the crew.  On the night that I shot Jen’s boudoir photos, we rolled the use of the rather expensive-yet-worth-it Citizen Hotel room I rented into a hotel party.  It was an eventful night,

Lisa – Maternity

I haven’t blogged any of these, but a while ago I did some maternity photos for my friend Lisa.  I’ve known Lisa since I lived in Redding, and then we stopped talking for a long while.  I moved to Sacramento, and about 6 years afterward,

Miss Anna

I rented the Canon 50mm f/1.4 from BorrowLenses, and unlike most of my other rental toys, I’ve been putting this one to great use so far.  I own the f/1.8 version, it was the first lens I ever bought–before I even owned a Canon camera,

Melissa – Researcher With Attitude

Two Sundays ago, my friend Veronica and I had arranged a “team photoshoot” with a model she found online.  We set up a meet, and a theme (sorta), and sadly, there was a communications issue, and the shoot never happened.  Oh well, at least we

Fun with expensive gear…

So had a sale on renting the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II a short while back (and on the Nikon equivalent), so I took the chance to rent it for a second time.  I didn’t do much with it the first time, so

Bockbier Girls

Back in April, I went to the Sacramento Turn Verein Bockbierfest.  This was definitely a fun experience, hanging around a bunch of people who love great food, and of course great beer.  This includes my buddies Rico and Joe (Rico’s the surprised one above, Joe’s

Band – Halfway Gone

Saturday I did a shoot for my buddy Tommy’s new band, Halfway Gone.  They’ve only recently got the full line-up together, but have been gigging pretty steadily in the Sacramento/Folsom area.  They’re all excellent musicians, and most of all nice guys. Sadly, they haven’t finished

Jennifer 03

Here’s another one from Tim Engle’s workshop from earlier in the year.  Decided that I’d dig out one of these shots to edit with my new Bamboo tablet.  So far, kind of a cool little device.  Now I just need a faster machine to keep

The Red Pill, Or The Blue Pill?

This is my good friend Miria’s oldest son. He is such a character–as soon as the camera came out he just wanted to do so much for pictures, it was rather entertaining. I haven’t seen Miria in about eight years, and so this was the