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sneak peek, and taking pictures

sneak peek, and taking pictures

March 22, 2011 |  Category:   life photography the biz

I’ve been busy taking new product shots for our website, which is set to relaunch sometime next month. There have been so many issues with our current website, including 2 major server meltdowns last year that our site never quite recovered from, that it was just easier to ditch what was there and start new (there is also a glitch where some users on certain browsers and operating systems can’t advance to the payment step of our shopping cart. Nice, huh?). We needed a change anyhow, and while the new site won’t have a completely different look and feel, it will be more refined and tighter in design. But the photos…it’s really interesting to me how the photos have evolved… CONTINUE READING

I’ve been busy

I’ve been busy

June 15, 2010 |  Category:   art + design life photography

I finally opened a second etsy shop of photographs over the weekend. But you know that last scene in the Graduate when they’re on the bus and the adrenaline has died down and Ben and Elaine are looking unsure? I kinda feel like that, though I don’t know why. On one hand it’s nice to see these photos together in one place and I will surely add to the collection as I take more photos, but on the other hand, I have no idea if there is a market for them. I mean, look. I’m not a professional photographer. They are mostly mushrooms and marshmallows. They might be interesting to look at, yes, but to buy and hang on a… CONTINUE READING

abstractions, a series, and a whole lot of marshmallows

abstractions, a series, and a whole lot of marshmallows

March 9, 2010 |  Category:   art + design photography

I chuckle every time I have to photograph new marshmallow flavors (in this case, espresso, which we’ll have for sale in a few days – they all got snatched up within an hour at the BK Flea). I mean, how many different ways can you photograph a marshmallow? But strangely enough, many ways and I am becoming a bit obsessive over them, mostly because they aren’t looking like marshmallows to me so much anymore, but abstract shapes with weird textures, particularly the oddly shaped ends of the pan that don’t get packaged up.… CONTINUE READING

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