Will old be new again?

Will everything old be one day new again? I have my doubts.

An article on the 2018 trends in photography I found on the Adorama Learning Center suggests 2018 will see the return of Kodachrome film. Click here for a link to the article.

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Merry Christmas …’Tis the Season

Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.

Luke 2: 14

I bought Christmas cards to send out this year, then life happened. Today, the day before Christmas they’re still in the box, unopened.

As I looked for a few words to use on my blog and social media pages I came across many. In the end

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Forgive Me

Forgive me of using my blog for a non business, non photographic purpose. Well sort of. There will be pictures and photography is a visual art form used to tell a story, and hopefully there will be a story.

First, I should tell you why I’m doing this.

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Revitalizing and Refreshing

Producing art that inspires and makes a statement requires constantly revitalizing and refreshing your mind and your vision.

Leonardo da Vinci said “Learning never exhausts the mind.”

I am currently re-reading “Drawing on the Right Side of

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Who is your portrait really meant for?

Who is your portrait ultimately for?

Heather called for an update.

I photographed Heather about 8 years ago when she needed an image for her business on line presence (Assante Wealth Management)

We set a time. I checked her office to make sure of lighting and available space. The day of

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2017 Grassroots Pow Wow

I shared something with the city of Cambridge on Saturday August 19th; our first Pow Wow.  The 2017 Grassroots Pow Wow was the first pow wow in the city of Cambridge and it was the first time I ever experienced a pow wow.

Due to previous commitments

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Canada Day Weekend

Here it is July 8th 2017 and Canada is in its 151st year. Last weekend was the Canada Day weekend.  Did you celebrate?

There were a lot of activities across the country to partake in. Personally, I avoided the crowds and went to a show with my wife.

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100 Years After Tom Thomson

July 8, 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the death of Tom Thomson. To this day his death is a mystery. His burial location is a mystery. His talent is no mystery.

Fallen Timber is an example of Thomson’s early work

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Proud of what I do

Feeling Proud – Yes I have to admit my head maybe swells a little when I see portrait I created as big as a bus.

I am proud of the fact that the skin tones are real not orange or pale and washed out. I am proud that my years of training allows

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16th Annual Elephant Waltz

Do the elephants really dance at the “Elephant Waltz?”

Well they do some pretty amazing things and are rewarded with a feast of healthy treats, but as far as dancing goes, I guess that would depend on your definition of dancing. If you ever saw

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