Tanner is a kid I’ve been photographing since 2012. His senior portrait session was bittersweet, as it would be the last session due to his family’s move across the country! The rain and cloudy skies gave us some dramatic lighting at Lakeside Park in Fond du Lac. We got a few photos of Tanner with […]
Cassie’s senior portrait session took place in various locations in and around Fond du Lac. Cassie is an animal lover, so of course we included her horse and new puppy in some of the shots!
I photographed Parker’s older brother a few years ago, and I’m always excited to be chosen to photograph siblings in the same family. We had a nice sunny evening for his session, which took place near the UW-Fond du Lac campus.
Trends come and go, and people are often drawn to trends. I believe that photography is something that should be able to exist beyond a current trend. Photography is both an art and a science. Technology is continually evolving, creating increasing expectations for quality. The art side of photography depends much more on style preferences. […]
Anthony and Marissa and their daughters traveled to Fond du Lac for their family photo session on this perfect spring evening. The trees had just begun to bud and the weather was a dream. The location offered a great variety of backdrops for their photo session. I was able to capture some adorable smiles and […]
A professional headshot session differs quite a bit from an outdoor portrait session. Headshots are traditionally done using studio lighting against a backdrop, and thus, the details will be more noticeable. A headshot session is typically a formal affair; meaning, you will want to elevate your style from your everyday or casual look. Consider where […]
This tutorial will show you how to create a fun “pop-art” style photo. Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Lightroom Classic were used. (Older version of software will still work, but the screenshots may not match.) Step 1: Take a photo against a solid color backdrop. To give the right effect, studio lighting is preferred. […]
The “photographer’s eye” isn’t something that can be taught. I believe this is something that creative people are born with. For as long as I can remember, I have always been able to see beauty peeking out from something that the average person might see as ugly or uninteresting. Sometimes I look at a location […]
Showing “then vs. now” photos is a little scary. As every photographer does, especially within the first few years, I grew… A LOT. I’ve vastly improved my skills in both shooting and editing, and have refined my style. I like to show my progress to encourage other photographers that it is possible to improve with […]
Since starting my business, I’ve been through a few different website platforms. True to my character, I’ve never been fully satisfied with any of them. I am a “tweaker” and always push myself to make something better, and I love having full control over my work and my business. When I first made a […]