Category Archives: Family Photography

What Camera Should I Buy?

  I often get asked “What Camera Should I buy?” People get frustrated when I tell them “It depends”. There are so many factor that play into the decision it is impossible to quickly tell someone what camera to buy. Factors to take into consideration include: How a person plans to use their camera How… Continue Reading

How to buy a tripod

Tripods come is a dizzying array of colors, sizes, materials, and price points. This is the first in a series of articles intended to aid in the process of choosing the right tripod for you. How do you begin to wade through all the choices? I would start by giving consideration to your budget. A good tripod will… Continue Reading

Buying and using a Tripod

I bought my first tripod in 1979, and I sold it a few months later. Why? Simple it was poorly designed and made my life harder not easier. I have since bought numerous tripods for different purposes. This is the first in what will be several posts regarding tripods. The image above is made possible… Continue Reading

Raw vs. JPEG…my take on the situation

As I sit watching it rain, I found myself wishing for a nicer day. I decided to find a fun image of better times. Thus the picture above, from a wonderful day in Savannah, Georgia. So what does this have to do with my topic RAW vs. JPEG? Well let’s see. Let me take a moment… Continue Reading

Another fine day with the Easter Bunny

We had another fun Easter photographing families with the star of the day…The Easter Bunny! We love event photography.  The looks on the kids faces when they meet the Easter Bunny is just amazing. Of course there were a few tears, but for the most part, their faces just light up when they turn the… Continue Reading

The camera loves Baby Hunter

  Hunter was born at St. Johns Hospital and shortly after he was sent home with Mom he visited us in Rochester Hills for his first portrait session.  He and Mom did wonderfully! Shortly after coming home from the hospital Baby Hunter came to the Studio for his portrait     Continue Reading