My first "real" camera was the Leica
IIIc rangefinder that my dad gave me. I had
a great time in the darkroom with him teaching
me how to develop and print. All that changed
when we went to digital and now I teach dad
how to stitch photos and adjust them with
Adobe Photoshop. It's the circle of life.
I bring over 28 years of photography
exerience to managing and executing the technical
aspects of a photo shoot. As the primary photgrapher,
I work with Angela to create photography that
says well more than a thousand words.
My creative experience comes from my
background as a graphic designer, web developer,
and photographer. I've owned several businesses
including an imprinted sportswear company,
a full service advertising, marketing &
design agency, a web development company.
My motto in life is, "I know I can. I
know I can.".
I am primarily
responsible for the artistic and aesthetic
aspects of the business including the website,
marketing collateral, project development
and photo staging. I also try very hard to
keep Carlton from buying every gadget, gizmo,
or thing that goes click or beep.
Angelas Photo Gallery
NOT THE CAMERA, BUT WHO'S BEHIND THE CAMERA...(unless
it's a Nikon)
Taking Digital to the Next Dimension.
primarily use Nikon equipment in our work.
Consistency of output and reliability
are two very important factors we need in
our equipment. Your results are important
to us and using excellent equipment allows
us to focus on the artistry of your results.
Nikon Digital SLR, Nikon SB-800 flash,
18-70 mm Nikkor f 3.5 ED, 70-300 mm Nikkor f
4/5.6 ED, Manfrotto tripod, Panosaurus Panoramic
tripod head, Nikkor 10.5 mm f 2.8 fisheye, and
other gizmos that go click and beep.
Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver MX, Panorama
Maker, Nikon Capture, Nikon View, Panoweaver,