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Beeeeeeeeeecause why not? Fun story: I was waiting for a client (photos to come soon) when I saw all these bees in these flowers. I was bored, so I decided to try to get some photos of the bees. I never tried to take a picture of something that small before with my 7D. My 30D always had trouble with it. Apparently the 7D was up to the task, so I got some awesome photos! Hopefully I’ll be out there again, trying to capture some more insects and flowers and whatnot. This was a lot of fun.

Want some more? Buzz on over to my Facebook page! haha, I’m funny…

Quick note about the next two: I just want to show you how high quality the 7D’s images are. I could crop closer if I wanted to, but I decided that the composition of the photo would get worse if I got any closer. Check that detail out! Wow! And I didn’t even do extra editing!

So, I’m making a blog…

Hey everyone,

As you can see, I’ve decided to make a photography blog. I want to have a place where I can highlight some of my best work while maintaining high quality and large image sizes. Facebook isn’t cutting it.

That’s not to say that the Facebook page isn’t going to be used anymore. I will still be updating it regularly and you can still expect large albums full of my recent work posted after every job. This blog will simply be home to the best of those photos in all their high quality glory. Not to mention that I’ll leave that giant watermark off of these ones as well!

If you’re new to my work, I strongly suggest that you “like” my Facebook page as well. You can get to it using the link on the right. You’ll be able to see a lot more of my work that way. It’s also far easier to communicate via Facebook that it probably ever will be through this blog. That being said, comments and critiques are always welcome on either page.

I hope you enjoy my collection of photos. Over the next few days, I may end up posting a gallery of some of my previous work. We’ll see. I encourage everyone who reads this post to keep checking back, though. As I keep working, the blog will keep updating.

Thanks for checking in!