Boudoir photos are for everyone!

So many women tell me they would love to pose for boudoir photos, but they think they are too old or too heavy or just not very photogenic. I say that's bullshit. As a photographer, it's my job to make you look good. I use lighting, posing, and angles to highlight your beauty. I use those same techniques to hide what you think are your least favorite parts. In the end, we work together to create photos we both can be proud of. Tracie gave me permission to share with you a few of the photos we made last week at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tampa. I think you'll agree she looks beautiful and sexy and she and her husband are very happy with the results.

New Photo Session pricing

Starting today, I'm adding a new "all-day" option for my personal photo sessions. The half-day session price remains unchanged, but the full-day session will be less than twice the cost, so people wanting to really get their money's worth will now be able to book me for an entire day of shooting. I've also added a USB drive delivery option for people who would rather have their images delivered on physical media instead of email. Valentine's Day is next month. Better get on the schedule today!

Dan Signor at Pi

I've seen and shot photos of Dan Signor several times, but he is always impressive to hear in person. If you get the chance, seek him out and attend a show. Really entertaining! Last night at Pi on Broadway:

Antique drill press

In addition to photography, I love old tools. Specifically, old tools made from heavy cast iron and steel. I acquired this 1950s Craftsman drill press from a seller on craigslist and restored it with some new parts taken from a throwaway treadmill I picked up at a garage sale. After disassembling and degreasing all the parts, I painted it with Verde Green Hammered Metal and replaced the worn out chuck. It also needed new bearings for the spindle shaft and spindle pulley. The speed control dial, aircraft-style switch, and digital tachometer were added to a plastic equipment box that was mounted on angle brackets that were also made from treadmill parts. I used a single-groove pulley on the va

Indian Lake flooding

Happy New Year! Based on a forecast of dense fog across the central Florida area, I headed out early to Indian Lake State Forest. Not a pocket of fog was to be found, but I did enjoy a nice sunrise on the heavily flooded lake. Also met another local photographer, Stephen LeQuier (website: stephenlequier.com) and we discussed equipment, wildlife, and other nearby areas to shoot at.

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