Category Archives: Photography

Shooting From the Hip | Documentary Photography

I’ve been trying to think of ways to keep my creative juices flowing, but it’s been getting more difficult. Without a workshop to encourage me or events to look forward to, and with daylight shrinking (I am so sad about this! Every year!), it can be hard to stay inspired. And while my Project 52 […]

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Project 52 | October #2016CMP52

If you missed Weeks 36-39 of Project 52, click back to see September’s #2016CMP52 Photos. October is the first month in a while that I’ve like every single picture I’ve taken. Every single one. Whether it’s because I like the story behind it or the final image itself. But I like them all and I’ve […]

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NOLA Revisited

Ever since I’ve discovered Lightroom, I’ve been itching to edit photos. Which is not the norm. At all. But I’m finding for the first time in something like four years, I have no unedited, raw images just sitting on my desktop. Like… zero. Because I’ve Lightroomed them all. And since I haven’t taken many photos over […]

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Chicagoland

Last summer, my husband decided that we were taking a road trip to Chicago with a work colleague. I was hesitant – I hadn’t met this colleague, Jessica, and was worried about spending a weekend with her but Mike said not to worry. She, on the other hand, was excited once he mentioned it. You see, […]

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Project 52 | September #2016CMP52

If you missed Weeks 31-35 of Project 52, click back to see August’s #2016CMP52 Photos. Four more weeks, FAST WEEKS, in the books – only 13 more weeks to go until the year is over. It sounds so crazy to even think that Christmas is only 81 days away. I feel like a broken record, but this month’s […]

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