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Christmas Family Photography

Sometimes the photographs taken on Christmas morning of the children opening presents become more valuable than the presents we give the children. As with many photographs, we sometimes only see their value when time has passed and we look back on those fleeting moments, looking to relive them again. Christmas photographs should be left to… Read More ›


High School Senior Portraits

It’s that time of year when the kids are going back to school, and the seniors in high school find out that they have to think about getting their senior pictures done. Most will feel that graduation is a long way away and there will be plenty of time. Soon enough, though, they will notice… Read More ›

Rodman Banner 2014-08

Be the change you want to see

Photography changes us. We are becoming less interested in words and more interested in images. Photography has changed the culture too. Dorothea Lange documented the plight of the migrant farm worker in the years after the great depression, and soon after Ansel Adams began documenting the beauty of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada… Read More ›

Rodman-Smooth Water

He’s so fast! I wish I could stop him

The world is always moving, and much too fast for me, thank you. I became interested in photography because it captured a moment, a special one, any one I decided. Just one moment that can easily be missed. I don’t need to be entertained anymore. I enjoy silence, simplicity and these individual precious moments. Making… Read More ›

Slightly Out of Focus Dec 2013

Cell Phone Photography

In the last few years photography has really became more available to everyone with not only cheaper digital cameras but cell phones and iPhones.  There is a whole movement of folks with iPhones creating very interesting images.  There are tons of apps you can use to add a little flair to your photos before posting them… Read More ›