Hug Your Dog Day Contest

March 11, 2021
Thank you! The contest has now closed. Winner to be announced on April 10, 2021! Let's Welcome Spring with a Fun Contest for You and Your Best Tail Wagging Pal! What can you win? A half hour photo session for you and your pooch(es) with me at an easily accessible area of Victoria Park to be held between April 11th and May 15th of this year AN...
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How do "I" think you can best display photos from our sessions?

March 02, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
How do I think you can best display photos from our sessions? Since I am all about capturing the playful and the classic poses all in one session and will provide 50 or so proofs for you to consider, in my opinion the best way to display photos from a session with one or two wall art pieces and a photobook, the equivalent of yesteryear's photo a...
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Which Comes First: The Frame/Size or the Photo?

February 22, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Sometimes, It's the Frame/Size! If you know that you are going to be making prints from your photo session, it might be a good idea to choose your frames or sizes first and let me, your photographer, know what sizes you have chosen so I can make sure to capture photos that fit perfectly. Things to keep in mind: Do you prefer horizontal (landsc...
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Choosing Sizes to Best Suit Your Walls

February 16, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Choosing Print Sizes You've chosen your favourite proofs to have printed. What is the best size, though? If you read my last blog, about ratios, then you have a pretty good understanding of what an 8x10 ratio will cover as opposed to an 8x12. (That blog post is right here!) If you are wondering what sizes would look best on your walls, have a look...
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To Crop or Not to Crop and What Exactly is a Crop?

February 11, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Great Cropping Questions! Cropping is when you change the native format of a photo to something else. For example, my camera is set to take and display a file that has a ration of 4:6. When I take a photo and preview it, that file would look the same if printed at 4x6, 8x12 or 16x24. I am not very quick at math, but I bet you have already figured o...
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