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Post Cards from NY – Coney Island Edition

One of my goals this year is to post to my blog once a week. Some of my musings will be instructive, some will be inspirational, and others will just be about the images I have taken recently. And by recently, I mean over the last year! Yes, I...

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Superman and the Shy Street Photographer

You may be wondering what Superman and a shy street photographer have in common. Bear with me for a few minutes, and I'll try to fill you in! I am an extremely shy person. I remember being so nervous when I had to give oral presentations in...

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The Street is a Stage

There are many ways to approach street photography. One of my favourites takes patience but almost always pays off with a great image. The trick is to find an interesting background and turn the street into a stage. A ray of light, a wall with...

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Out of My Comfort Zone, 50mm Failure?

In my opinion, street photography is one of the toughest genres of photography to master. Every day that I go out and shoot, I come back with a little bit more knowledge and confidence. I still have so much to learn, and I always look forward...

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Bird Photography with the Fujifilm XF 100-400mm

When I switched from Nikon DSLR's to my Fujifilm mirrorless cameras, I did it with gusto! I sold all my Nikon gear and never looked back! Well ... sort of. To be honest, that statement isn't entirely true and I feel the need to come clean now. As a new...

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Tatonut, An Ocean Springs Institution

Preamble In February this year, I met Jens Krauer at the FujiLove Live conference in New York. Jens is an accomplished street and documentary photographer from Switzerland, and I have followed his work for some time. During our conversation, I mentioned...

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Mississippi Memories and Goodbyes

It has been almost five years since my husband and I moved from Vancouver, Canada to Houston, Texas.  When we told our friends that we were being transferred, they almost seemed apologetic. "To Houston?!" was the response. We were warned that life in Houston would be...

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FujiLove Live – A Retrospective

At the end of February this year, I spent a weekend in New York. Now you might be wondering why I would leave the beautiful spring weather we were experiencing in Southern Mississippi for winter on the East Coast. But this was when the FujiLove Live event was being...

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New Orleans – the Crescent City

New Orleans, also know as the Crescent City, is one of my favourite places to photograph on the Gulf Coast. The city is full of interesting people and I never find it hard to capture an interesting shot. While we have been in Mississippi I have visited the city well...

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Photography in Downtown Vancouver

Where ever I am living, Vancouver will always be home for me. I was born and raised there. Since moving to a small town in Southern Mississippi two and a half years ago, I have come to the realization that I am a big city girl at heart! Don't get me wrong; I love the...

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Mississippi Cotton Fields

Since moving to Mississippi two and a half years ago, I have wanted to photograph the cotton fields. However, whenever I came across one, it was either not in bloom, or already harvested. This past fall, I was finally in the right place at the right time! History of...

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