Monthly Archives: August 2011

FILM | Bay Area Photographer

My first roll of film.  Shot less purposefully because I couldn’t wait to see how they would turn out.  Film is not for the impatient. Film:  Portra 400 Rated: 200 Lab: Walgreens local And just because I couldn’t resist converting this one to black and white:    

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20 on Tuesday | Final Post | Abbie McFarland

Tuesdays have been my favorite during the past year.  I’ve been inspired and have learned something new from each and every person I’ve featured on my 20 on Tuesdays.  It has been my way of giving back to those individuals that have helped me along in my journey in photography as well as passing the […]

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What Morning Looks Like

Like so many other photographers that I know, my journey into photography began with a desire to capture my family in a real and beautiful way.  I wanted more than my, then, run-of-the-mill snapshots.   I longed for pictures of my kids that were worthy of the coveted space above the fireplace.  I wanted my house […]

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Fifty-two Fridays | Bay Area Photographer | Bokeh

This year I’ve teamed up with 19 fabulously talented photographers in a project called Fifty-Two Fridays.  Each week we have a theme and our challenge is to post an image that best represents that theme.  We are more than half-way through the year and I continue to be inspired and pushed creatively by my fellow […]

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Holiday Mini Sessions 2011 | Bay Area Photographer

Are you ready for fall yet? I know.  I know.  It’s only August and if you’re anything like me, it’s shocking to already see Halloween costumes lining the aisles of Target.  But believe it or not, it’s not too early to start planning your holiday pictures!  The leaves will be changing before you know it. […]

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