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Category Archives: Nature Photos

Photography That Truly Inspires Me…

I often say that I love photography, or that photography is the most important “thing” in my life. (Implying of course that God, and people, don’t fall into the category of “things”…) Really though, when I think deeply, it’s the subject matter I love. Meaning- if you told me right now that for some strange […]

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Firing Up The Wayback Machine…

A little bit of nostalgia for you all! 2005 • Rabbit Island, BC • Fuji Velvia or Provia =Matt= Ootah, ootah! Allay loo ta nuv… Portfolio • Contact

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Local Photography Workshop(s) I Recommend…

Water Lilly, Mission San Juan Capistrano. JPG image captured at 150mm, f/2.8Processed in Lightroom 3, only +3 blacks and a re-size / watermark export preset.(I love in-camera colors. D2Xmode3, +3 contrast & +3 saturation, it’s like Velvia!) Hey everybody! The past couple weeks have been AWESOME and I’ve got a ton of new images to […]

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Recent Roll Of Film at [b] School GTGs

Here’s a few frames from the latest roll of Fuji Velvia. The first few are from Balboa Park in San Diego, then there’s one sunset from Little Corona, then there’s a couple from the Sawdust Festival in Laguna Beach. Balboa and the Sawdust were with the [b] school and Joe Photo. (The Day Trippin’ club) […]

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All kinds of natural light…

It doesn’t get more oddball than this… Really, the ONLY thing these images have in common is the fact that they’re natural light. However they don’t really fit into any other blog post, so I’m just tossing them up together. Take care, =Matt= (An image from the recent natural light portrait workshop. Sign up for […]

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Why Should You Hire Me?

I shot a wedding today in Oak Park, CA. (Near Thousand Oaks) It was bright and sunny. I arrived early and looked around the wedding venue for “good light”. Only problem being, it was 12:00 noon. So, I imagined what good light might be, considering which direction the sun would be moving in the sky, […]

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