Thursday, November 19, 2009


2009 has been such a fun year. I was shooting the groom when the bride set this image up's my favourite of the whole wedding. We rode in a stretch hummer to their reception in Littleton and all the guys had cammo ties and vests.

This wedding took place during a hurricane. The entire ceremony was amazing with lots of wind until the "I do's" and then complete calm. Lovely couple and a lovely day. That was my first reception at the Wildflower and I must say they do a great job. You can find a link to the Wildflower on Darling Hill in Lyndonville on my wedding links page.

I had some rainy weddings but my lights really saved the day on those. This wedding was at Jay and we were looking forward to those spectacular views from the top of the mountain. Rain moved all our plans inside the ski lodge but these people would not let the rain dampen their spirits and the images came out great!

Shopping cart coming

Hi all,

I've been working on my website and re-doing and tweaking here and there. We have a programmer who is writing a module to allow print purchasing on line from the galleries. There will be cards and mugs and such things there as well so stay tuned.

I'm excited to have my own e-commerce solution. For one thing it lowers the price you have to pay for your prints...I was paying 15% on credit card transactions...which means you were paying it too. I've already lowered the prices on my rate's page.

Paypal on the other hand, only charges 3% and gives you the most secure way to pay on the internet. I've had transaction disputes and had my entire payment refunded to me by paypal. You don't have to have a paypal account either--they will process your credit card.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

New Album on the way

I've been looking for an album that offers quality and affordability for my clients. My custom leather album is a little pricey for many and lesser books just don't cut it in the print department. Dime store albums destroy your pictures over time and those Kodak press books are printed on horrible paper with a printer...not photo process. I found a new book printed on Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper (photo-process) that has a hard bound printed cover. It looks like the answer to my prayers! Ive ordered one today and expect to see it in about a week. I'm crossing all my fingers and toes and hope it's as good as the hype! You can expect it to go right onto my offerings if it does and will save my clients about $100 and give them the quality I demand.