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Black and White Film Photography

Black and White Film Photography I spent the day playing with my dad’s old Mamiya 35mm film camera in downtown Dallas enjoying black and white film photography. Walking around Deep Ellum looking for interesting backgrounds and fun places to shoot. I like my portraits simple so I can showcase my subject. Here is a nice…

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Birth Photography

Birth photography. It was supposed to be the labor, and capturing the expressions of love, joy, the moment, but it turned out to be the moments after because he had arrived on the scene before I could. Haha!  I drove so fast I was shaking when I got there! I had the honor of photographing this bundle of joy yesterday…

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Pet Portraits are Important Too…

Pet portraits are important too. Equally as important as capturing your human loved ones. I lost my sweet tuxedo cat, Chaplin, who was with me for 20 years. He passed away this past December. I went out of my way to make sure that I took many pictures of him because I knew that one…

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  • Bea Navarette

    I just love your kitty pics as well as the pictures you took of my Buddy and Dylan!! I will be needing pet portraits in June!!ReplyCancel

Wild Field Grass in Black and White…

I am just posting another landscape image from a nature walk. This was taken around high noon at about 200mm. I added the quote because as you can see, it doesn’t matter what you take a photograph of, everything is beautiful, including plain dried wild grasses in the hot Texas sun. At least to me! Have a wonderful…

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St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church…

This is an image I captured of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church while visiting El Paso, TX last year. I believe the church was established in 1930’s. Being from El Paso, I think this is actually the first time I had ever attended this particular parish for a service. The outside architecture is really lovely and…

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