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migrant mother

The “Migrant Mother” photo

The Migrant Mother --- The Great Prints series The iconic image of The Great Depression known as “Migrant Mother” was taken by studio and portrait photographer turned government photographer for the Resettlement Administration –Dorthea Lange.  Turning away from her studio work as she saw the suffering...

Industrial Iris Studio

  We are finalizing the details of our new commercial studio for creating prints for Commercial, Healthcare and Hospitality businesses. Industrial Iris Studio is the commercial side of our fine art photography business where we will be exploring new print mediums, multimedia development and original music...

Iwo Jima Photo

Iwo Jima Flag Raising - The Great Prints series On February 23, 1945 Joe Rosenthal, an AP photographer, took one of the most iconic images of World War Two -  the planting of the American flag on the summit of Mount Suribachi.  In an era of...

hiking down rainbow falls

A look behind the scenes

We've been working on developing some behind the scenes videos based on our travels and photo shooting hikes. We recently went to shoot the Fall color in Arkansas and put together this teaser of the trip while editing the longer version of several hikes. Hope...

Book Review: Arkansas Treasures by William Rainey

  We went to Arkansas this past year for our Fall Color photography trip and during the trip we spent a day in the field with William Rainey, a superb Arkansas photographer. Seeing his work online spurred us to sign-up for a one-day one-on-one field workshop...

Get Critiqued

  One of the best things you can do is get your work in front of others.  Before you display your work out for the public to see, it can help to have other photographers look at your work and get their feedback.  They may see...

The Path(s) You Choose

Whether you are a photographer or not, the same holds true for all professions. Somewhere along the way someone created the expectation that the path on the left is how anyone’s path who “has it together” should look like. The idea that one would decide...

Camera Storm Jacket

  One of the best products to have around, and one that is always in my bag, is a rain cover for my camera.  If you want to stay in the field long after others have packed it in when wet weather moves in, then you owe...

Arkansas 2015 Fall Color Photography (Day 4)

Today is actually day 5 of our trip, but day 4 of our photography excursions on this trip.  We traveled from Mena, AR to Branson, MO and after unpacking and settling-in to our cabin in Branson we took the day (Saturday) off just to relax,...

Arkansas 2015 Fall Color Photography – Day 3

  We woke up late this morning after a very long day of travel and hiking with William Rainey through the Little Misouri State Park yesterday that lasted into the evening.   We were so tired that we stopped off on our way back to the resort...