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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Monkey Business

A last-minute shoot came my way today – and then I headed home and demolished an entire box of gourmet chocolates. May your weekend be filled with lovely surprises as well!

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Project! (she squealed and clapped her hands)

Did I date myself by that Clueless reference? Anyhoo. Inspired by Preservation Week, I’ve spent some time working on personal projects that could use some…preserving. Working might be too strong of a word. Contemplating is more like it. But baby steps, as long as they’re forward-leaning, are steps nonetheless. In no particular order here are […]

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Preservation Week 2012

The Society of American Archivists (SAA), American Library Association (ALA), the Library of Congress (LOC), the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and many other institutions have banded together to bring attention to the issue of preservation in the cultural heritage realm. Collections maintained by archives, library, museum, other cultural organizations, and those of […]

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Rock On!

There are moments when collaborating on a portrait when something just goes boom! and you’re off on a great adventure. This was one of those times – I can’t wait to show you the series this lovely lady and I put together. Until the time is right, though, may we all have a weekend filled […]

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Who are you? Who, who, who, who?

Archivists, newspapers, historians, researchers, genealogists, regular folks – we all rely on accurate captions to add to the information provided by an image itself. And sometimes, we could use a helping hand. Now, these days it’s easy to caption images from a portrait session – you’re dealing with one to a few people. It’s easy […]

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