My grandfather was a train guy. Well, he was a lot more than just a train guy but for the purposes of the post, youView full post »
Usually when we do a post from a reception, I like the shots form the dance floor. I like the color and I like theView full post »
As it turns, out the Casey Highway is good for something other than speeding. Who knew?
As luck would have it,View full post »
Victoria and Ryan waited a long time for their first engagement session. They wanted it to be in the snow, and we hadView full post »
Sometimes churches can all look the same. It’s just the nature of churches. There’s some stained glass,View full post »
It’s nice to mix things up a little once in awhile. A couple of weeks ago, we had the pleasure of spending a fewView full post »
We weren’t always Two Sticks Studios. We weren’t even portrait or wedding photographers when Bob and IView full post »
OK, so I was totally supposed to put up some wedding photos in this blog. Instead I’m playing tour guide to farmView full post »
Ellen and Mark, you are now the gold standard. It doesn’t come with a prize or anything like that, but justView full post »
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