Photo shoot at Blue Sky Digital in Snow Camp

A rainy, sleepy day but much to do in terms of catching up on work that hasn’t been photographed and just-finished new work needing to be photo’d.  I loaded up my truck and went to meet with Jason Dowdle at Blue Sky Digital.  We worked indoors instead of outside.

I’ve written about this before, but it is often startling and gratifying to see my work well lit and the center of attention, separate, each piece on its own with darkness all around. I see it in a whole new way. Sometimes I don’t recognize it because it looks so different, so done and so singular.

Ranger holds the rug down so that Jason can shoot undisturbed.

Ranger holds the rug down so that Jason can shoot my columbine painting undisturbed.

Rabbits and Woman--so lood to see this one from far away

Rabbits and Woman, 48″-sq–so good to see this one from far away

singularly seen

singularly seen, 18″ x 24,” Trees in Hedge

Even this shot with the camera in front looks so much better than my quick pic of this one from my pileated woodpecker series!

Even this shot with the camera in front looks so much better than my quick pic of this one from my pileated woodpecker series!

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