Archive for July 2018

Portrait Photography And Copyrights Now Available To Past Clients

Studio L Photography is changing and evolving. Through this process, I want to share some EXCITING news.  Especially to my past clients who entrusted me to capture their life through my lens.  Portrait photography, along with copyrights, is available for purchase for all sessions taken before 2017. After the purchase, I’m allowing access to images…

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Creative Vision Comes Alive In Photography

The 100 Day Project is forcing my creative vision to come alive. After hiding deep down for SO long, this creative vision is slowly starting to reveal itself.  The art of photography emerges unveiling endless possibilities.  There’s a consistency in my art that I never knew existed. Over the past 15 years, I traveled to many…

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Lake Winnebago Fishing Family Fun

My father picks us up at 6:45 am and we drive west toward Fond du Lac. Upon our arrival, we dock at Lakeside Park.  Through the NO WAKE zone, the boat slowly cruises through the channel.  We’re off for our annual Lake Winnebago fishing family fun. Lake Winnebago approaches as we exit the channel, my…

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Chicago Starbucks Plugged In

Opportunity sometimes arises for me to work in Chicago. Whether I work from my hotel room at The Ritz-Carlton or a local coffee shop, it feels refreshing to be in the windy city.  This Chicago Starbucks is on Rush Street.  I’m surrounded by plugged in people. They stare at their phones with headphones on. All…

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Cristo Rey Ranch Film Photography

Cristo Rey Ranch is fun for the whole family. It’s easy for us to visit because we live so close.  We ride our bikes to Cristo Rey Ranch and enjoy all they have to offer. I teach my son how to use my Leica M6. Eager to learn about the 35mm film camera, as a…

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Abandoned Arizona Photography

I pull out the map from the glove box and open it with excitement. We’re off to Supai, Arizona. On the open road of Route 66, traveling from Kingman headed east.  “Take a left, we’ll reach Supai in 64 miles,” I say. We drive for miles, thinking our final destination for the evening is Supai,…

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Visit Ancient Epidaurus Theater

Ancient Theatre Epidaurus Greece

Ancient Epidaurus Built in the 4th century BC, ancient Epidaurus is a Greek marvel.  The drop of a penny in center stage can be heard in the back row of this acoustic wonder. The sun warms the ground beneath me, ancient Epidaurus surrounds me. I invite you along on this journey of The 100 Day…

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Bold Cycle Kohler Wisconsin Motivates Me

Bold Cycle is now open. As a freelance retoucher at Kohler Company, I had the opportunity to attend a cycle class at Bold Cycle in Kohler, Wisconsin.  It was FANTASTIC! Cycle class is new for me.  I’m not a newbie when it comes to exercise, but I certainly feel out of the loop a bit.…

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Goodbye Furry Family Member

Goodbye furry family member, I miss you already. Yesterday was a sad day in our home, we said goodbye to our dear furry family member.  Macy, the goldendoodle, was part of our family for nearly nine years, but she’ll hold a piece of our hearts FOREVER. Unfortunately, we knew this day would come sooner than later.  Just…

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Annual Mount Calvary Firemen’s Parade

Annual Mount Calvary Firemen’s Parade The annual Mount Calvary firemen’s parade is one of the highlights to our summer.  We reserve our seats hours in advance.  Friends and family alike gather during this small-town parade. As summers continue to fly by faster with each passing year, the Mount Calvary Firemen’s Parade marks the mid-summer point…

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