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  • 2018 in Review: Sharing My Clients’ Photos

    I’m kicking off my annual photography review content with a new feature. Throughout the past twelve months I’ve shared a number of fun experiences on the road with my clients, so I decided to create a post highlighting some of their photos from the year that was. These, of course, are images taken during the tours I led, either locally or

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  • 2018 in Review: Entertainment and Literature

    At the end of each year I like to do a quick review of my favorites in entertainment and literature, for fun, before I get to all of the photography-related retrospectives. You can see my lists from 2017, 2016 and 2015 here.   The Best Books I Read in 2018 As always, I managed to get in a healthy amount

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  • 2018 Husky Football: King in the North Shirts

    Once again, Husky Football team has won the Pac-12 North Division and Conference championships, making them “King in the North.” This season’s accomplishment is special, since the team and its fans will be rewarded with a trip to Pasadena and the Rose Bowl. Two years ago, we created a series of shirts commemorating the Dawgs’ accomplishments, so we decided to

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  • 2018 Holiday Sale: Discounts on Photo Prints & Photo Tours, plus Calendars, Gifts, Used Gear

    The 2018 Holiday Sale is here! This is your chance to pick up photo prints at a discount, order 2019 calendars and other gift items as stocking stuffers, get discounts on some of my upcoming photo tours and even purchase used camera gear that I may have on sale. As always, thanks to everyone for helping support my business through these

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  • 2019 Weasel & Mongoose Calendar

    My favorite new calendar theme this year is Weasel & Mongoose. Mutelids (members of the weasel family) and herpestids (members of the mongoose family) are pretty cool: fast, sleek, smaller and often cute critters that happen to be really effective hunters. Though they share a lot of similarities, mustelids are actually more closely related to dogs, while herpestids are closer to

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