Category Archives: Photography

Documentary Approach Workshop | Week Three

I didn’t expect to be pelted with so much information that I wouldn’t be able to keep up. I started to feel overwhelmed. A little lost. Maybe compared myself to others. And that was Week One. Week Two got better. The photo essay project made perfect sense to me. Take photographs that matter to you. […]

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Documentary Approach Workshop | Week Two

Taking photos daily is hard. And it’s even harder when you don’t have cute, fun or exciting things happening around you. I tried, but didn’t feel connected to many of the images I took, so I didn’t share much with the group or even online. Which is part of the point of documentary photos – not […]

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Macro Photography | 50mm vs 100mm

One of the great things about having photography as a hobby is meeting other photographers. I’ve always worked with folks who were also into it, some that freelance their talents and others that even own a part-time business. So when I found out that one of my newest co-workers was a photographer, I stalked him on […]

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The Oldham County Fair

This past weekend we went to the Oldham County Fair with a group friends. We had such a great time last year… and some interesting things happened… but it wasn’t the same. For starters, no moments of silence for recently passed WWF wrestlers. (RIP “Rowdy” Roddy  Piper) No hijinks during the national anthem… no f-bombs to […]

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Documentary Approach Workshop | Week One

I’ve been wanting to take a photography workshop for about the past year – something to get my wheels turning, dive back into shooting for myself, rediscover what I love to photograph. And when I saw that the Documentary Approach workshop was open, I was ready to sign up! But… I had a big concern. While […]

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