Throwback - Emerald City Half and Quarter

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Last month I photographed the Emerald City Half Marathon. These events are always fun. Even going into the third year of doing them, I still look forward to photographing every race.

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Developing Old Rolls

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I have an old tin tea package in my room labeled "DEVELOP THIS FILM". For the most part it stays at least half full. I shoot kind of a lot of film. Most of it is just for fun, because for me film doesn't feel like work. It's just not the same as having a couple DSLRs slung around me, ready to capture all of the moments needed for event coverage. With film I take my time. It forces me to be patient - no I can't show you what I just captured. Give me a week or so, then I'll show you.

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Katie's Candies

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Candy is as much fun to photograph as it is to eat. My sister, Katie, opened a candy shop in Oakwood (Dayton). So, now whenever I need a little sugar rush and she needs some marketing photos made, we both win. The candy is colorful and glossy and once you get that whole "don't play with your food" thing out of the way it's a blast.

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Catching Up

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I'm hoping that these posts will become more regular in the very near future. I've had quite a bit going on and haven't had the time that I usually have to put towards this interaction. I've been settling into my new full time gig - it has been a great change, but a slightly different pace than I'm used to.

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Blue Jackets Development Camp, Part 2

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I've had quite a bit going on lately - new full time gig, maintaining freelance work, and new friends to shoot with for personal work. It has been great but when stuff starts piling up, sometimes you just have to pick and choose what you need to focus on.

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Blue Jackets Development Camp, Part 1

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This was the second year I was able to make it to the Blue Jackets Development Camp. My little project, where I decided to shoot some hockey on black and white film, really kicked off for me at last year's camp.

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