June 17, 2008

Dear reader...

So, I have a question.

This is to you the reader, what would like to see more of? What is it that keeps you wanting to read this blog? I guess more importantly, what would you like to see less of?

If you have not noticed, I am posting at least 1 post a day Mon-Sat. Of those posts, 1 would be an announcement of some sort, 2 or 3 would be personal work I am doing (I seem to do that a lot), 1 post would be a wedding and the other posts would be other random engagement/bridal/family shoots etc.

Let me know in the form of some comments and I'll do my best to accommodate.

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Thanks for stopping by.

29 comments:

Emily said...

I always love seeing recent weddings you photographed.

Kristy said...

I LOVE bridals and wedding pics. So the more the better!

Kathryn said...

I never get tired of beautiful wedding photos! :)

Whitney Elizabeth said...

weddings, personal (you're kids are too cute), and i like learning from you. so more tech information and how-to's would be awesome.

kate said...

I love everything you're working on. I normally shoot digital...but, you inspired me to try out this old canon camera my grandpa gave me.

ellen said...

Your blog is one of my favorites. And, your photos are awesome and inspiring. I've used my film camera a little more lately which has been fun. Keep on bloggin'!!

Cedric Anderson said...

All I know is that I would love to see more photos of those handsome young go-getters, "The Gatsbys".
Sincerely,
Anonymous Reader

mary elizabeth said...

i really love your work.

i think what you are posting now is just lovely! i'm a big fan of your wedding & engagement shoots!

Leslie said...

More personal work. Photos, photos, photos. No text ever! (just kidding) OK, maybe I'm not kidding.

Nicole said...

i love seeing your personal work! especially when you travel abroad! and especially when you do portraits of random people.

your kids are awesome to see on the blog too! especially if they have black eyes.

oh and i love your music commentary! it gives me ideas of shows to go to!

Bob Loblog said...

I would love to see more personal/travel stuff and maybe a little bit of insight into the technical side of things would be cool too.

dunlop family said...

i love your creative (ie laundr-o-mat) pics...i love that i feel something in your wedding pics and i love that you find beauty or life or something else in each photo...i wish i thought of the things you do half time! i love "different" pics...not just the normal smiling lovey wedding pics but the awkward stare or pics of the grooms pants or a dress hanging in a door way with a bicycle in the room...you are great and i feel like you take the pictures out of my mind and post them...

Miriam Lovell Dyer said...

I like the mix-up as it is- not too much, or too little, of anything.

Terese said...

Don't change a thing! The weddings, the holgas, the travel shots, the composition studies, all so fun to look at. Seeing your cute family is always fun too:).

Opie said...

I would like to see your personal work and the weddings but I'm craving photos of the wedding albums you offer.

ed pingol said...

i want to see more power thirst!!!
i want to see more jet planes made out of biceps!!!

fizz-b!tch,
//ed

Annie said...

I like what you do already on the blog. Inspiration to me! Oh, and the kids photos are so fun...keep those coming.

K-risten said...

Hey, I love your work, it's beautiful. I love film and I worked only with film up until a few months ago and I gotta say it has made me way too lazy. Film is so pretty and I want to go back to using it more, It really makes you think about each shot a little harder and it's clearly had a huge positive impact on your work. I get so excited when I hear about film photographers. Thanks for keeping it real.

Kim said...

A drawing for a free family session, to which I, and my family would win...therefore putting our faces on your blog. Ya, that would make me pretty dang happy.

Lucky Red Hen said...

Honestly, I like seeing all that you post... your family, weddings, portraits (oh lawdy your portraits), personal work (love the compositions), everything. I have you on my GoogleReader and I it seems I can't get enough.

Yours Truly said...

I visit your blog for the bridal, engagement, and wedding photos. Your perspective is so unique- it feels like I'm there. What I like most about your work is that you make everyone look so beautiful. I like your blog just the way it is, but more pictures would be welcome :)

Missy said...

I have a question! Are you going to be adding any Dallas Texas Temple pics to your print purchase site along with the other temples? I remember you recently shooting a wedding in Dallas and that's where I got married. I'd love to see some Texas represented!

Your site is amazing. Your wedding shoots are the best and most unique I have ever seen!

allison said...

I pretty much like it all... but especially your personal work and your kids. of course your weddings are awesome and inspirational as well. sorry i'm not much help..

ashley said...

I would love some tips on how you get your amazing colors and other photo tips and techniques.

aruna b. said...

I love seeing your work...it doesn't really matter what it is. I love your style and I think some other people have said it to, but you have inspired me to get my film out and start playing so THANKYOU!!!!

photograffiti said...

its perfect how it is, i like the mix, it keeps me coming back.

Anna said...

How about some of your old stuff - I really liked the post of stuff you did in college. Kind of like a blast from the past thing.

Oh, and maybe you could create an html button for your site so that those of us who are addicted to your blog could post it on our blogs so you can get even more traffic.

:: e.k.o said...

:: you . you . you
we need more YOU

Rebekah said...

Your blog is one that I truly love looking at for several reasons. One is that you write a little stuff here and there, but it isn't overdone.

Two - Is that when you post wedding photos, you don't just post shots of the bride and groom. You do a full post of a small representation of their day. I love that.

And of course all your photos are delicious and beat worthy, so that keeps me coming back too.

I love it how it is. Keep on keepin on.