Mike :: Senior Portraits Michigan

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Mike had his senior portraits done at our studio recently. While we kept things simple, Mike did decide to have me create senior portraits for him both in studio and outdoors. I love the dramatic edgy feel in a few of the studio portraits. And in the outdoors portraits, I love the bold color combination (yellow, blue, green). Plus, an added bonus is that this is … Read More

Angel :: Outdoors Family Portrait Session

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We planned a relaxed session at Angel’s home, to include her entire family: three people and four dogs. Bear was the oldest dog, and since he was going blind and deaf; we did a portrait of him being petted by “his” human. Kerby posed for the camera like a show dog (well, with the aid of treats)… and Catherine, well, I captured her doing what she … Read More

Scenic View

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Happy Fourth of July! I hope that your summer is going well, and that you were able to plan at least a mini-getaway to celebrate Independence Day. This Land We Love Roger J. Robicheau How beautiful this land we love We cherish all good people of With pride we call this home our own Oh how our seed of freedoms grown American is what we are … Read More

Purrballs :: Meet Ginger + Cinnamon

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On Sunday we went to the Humane Society of Huron Valley‘s adoption event — Kitty Palooza! There were more than 100 kittens ready to be adopted, and the Humane Society was offering adoption specials that were too good to pass up (that is, if you love cats and wanted an excuse to adopt!). How did I find out about it? One of my clients! (Thank you … Read More

Business Portrait :: Janice

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Janice came to the studio to have me create a business portrait for her to use to promote her business. Janice is a wonderful conversationalist and I really enjoyed chatting with her about her family and learning about how to stage homes (i.e., when you hire a realtor, and you stage your home to help potential home buyers envision the space properly). For more information about … Read More

Lauren :: Dexter Senior Portraits

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Lauren is a Class of 2011 senior at Dexter High School! We’ve been planning on doing something fun for Lauren’s senior portraits for quite some time (I photographed her sister, Ashleigh, a few years ago). So, Lauren came into the studio for her mini session (she’s a senior spokesmodel for Betsy’s Photography)… and we had some fun! I am really thrilled with how the images from … Read More

Studio Portrait Session :: Darrell

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Darrell came to the studio the other day to let me create some studio portrait images for his portfolio.  He had some great hats, and while we created a variety of images, I was really drawn to those moody and dramatic images where the hat covered part of his face.  Take a peek, and decide for your self which you think is your favorite! This one … Read More

Retro Hollywood Portraits

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It’s always fun to try something new… and with that in mind, I planned a “creative” portrait session with a local model, Amy. We created some images “from another era,” so to speak. I was pleased with the results, and love how the retro clothing really takes this type of portrait to a whole new level. This portrait is gorgeous. I love it, especially with the … Read More

Photography Outdoors in Dexter

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I recently worked with Randal, a model in the Southeast Michigan area. For his session, we went “downtown” to Dexter to create some on location images. Here are are a selection of my favorite images from the session.

Lifestyle Photography

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Recently I did a commercial lifestyle session with Amy (she’s a model). The main focus of her session was creating some images with a “product” feel. First, meet Amy: Here are some of the results from the session. (a few of these were published in the online version of Professional Photographer magazine… May 2010) After creating the needed product shots, we also took some time to … Read More

Studio Featured in Professional Photographer Magazine!

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As you know, our studio renovation project last year was quite exciting. Well, I have more exciting news to share! Professional Photographer magazine, a publication for professional photographers, decided to run a story about our studio renovation experience! The article, Home Studio Makeover, ran in the April 2010 issue… and provides an alternate viewpoint on the whole TV show experience. While I’m at it, here’s a … Read More

Visiting Israel!

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Greetings from Israel! I am in the middle of traveling right now, and figured I could give you an update or two while I am on my trip! Unfortunately, I can’t make this a visual experience for you right now — traveling without. A laptop necessitates saving photo-sharing for later. Yesterday was the first full day of sightseeing for the trip. We went to Masada, and … Read More

10 Makeup Tips To Help You Look Your Best in Photos

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The collection of tips below was compiled by Professional Photographer magazine for the March 2010 issue (a trade industry publication that I write for).  In the article, Steve Moore, Deanna Rene, and Holly Schumacher weighed in on makeup tips for brides as their wedding day approached — but this information is really invaluable for anyone who is planning to be photographed. Blend, Blend, Blend You can use your … Read More

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