Posts Categorized: Portraiture

The Family Shoot!

Had Megan Watts and crew out last week. It appears, at least that the nice warm weather we had on this day is done for a while and that stinks because it was a great shooting day. Up here we have a 4.5 month outdoor shooting season. I’m not kidding. Everything goes from brown and… Read more »

Always Grab Your Camera

I posted a version of this the other day, but y’know what? I like this one a lot better. Here’s a LINK  I keep my camera with my car keys or very close nearby. You could consider this photograph a form of ‘street shooting’ I suppose. I quite like the image. More to the point I… Read more »

Sheer Portrait Magic-And Some Things To Be VERY Afraid Of!

Meet Paula Paula is my chum. She’s brilliant. She’s funny, perceptive and has a wonderful way of seeing life. She’s also insanely ‘capable’. She just knows how to get things done. So? She’s the ‘Chief Cook And Bottle Washer’ at a small Oil Company in Calgary. I was contracted to do some ‘Corporate Headshots’ and… Read more »

The Reasons You Should Do ‘Environmental’ Portraits

In the Fall of 1992, I began a 22 year long career. September 1st, to be exact. It all started with a friend, at the time, who purchased a local Theatre Magazine that had become a growing concern. “Cityscope” as it was known back then was a ‘free-stand’ magazine with a local distribution of 60,000… Read more »

Scott-Squared

I tote my Fuji XE-2 everywhere. It’s always with me. I realized, a few years back, that as a Commercial Photographer for the last 22 years, I wasn’t shooting much for myself anymore. It’s very, very easy to fall into that trap. I was determined to rectify the situation so quite some time back, I… Read more »