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Hello Photographers! Later this month we will be very involved teaching and sharing alongside the best in the industry at Imaging USA in Nashville Feb 1-3. If you’ve never been to Imaging before, it’s our favorite networking and learning event of the year. Thousands of photographers from around the globe congregate to geek out, share, shoot, eat, drink […]

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Warning: This post is geeky and goes in depth about photographic competition. We won’t be offended if you skip straight to the pictures We recently got our results back from the Professional Photographer’s of America‘s IPC (International Print Competition)! IPC is like the Super Bowl for photographers with thousands of competitors from across the globe. It’s the […]

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For the last several years we’ve seldom taken our camera gear into the non–work related portions of our life for the sake of sanity. Recently we’ve been convicted to do a better job documenting our friends and families because time is fickle and the people we love need to be documented and preserved. Alex’s dad […]

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Here’s our personal Christmas card from 2013! This has been posted on social media for quite a while now, but we wanted to blog it for those that haven’t seen it and for archival purposes. This year’s card is a drastic departure from the goofy composited cards of year’s past (see them here: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012). We photographed these […]

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This year we celebrated our 5–year wedding anniversary! It’s hard to believe that much time has elapsed since we embarked on our marital journey, but we decided it was a milestone worth celebrating. We had the opportunity to fly to Seattle to photograph the wedding of our friends, Bjorn and Lia, close to our anniversary […]

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