It was a few years ago that Bob had his “one good idea.” He claims there have been others, but IView full post »
Sometimes we just shoot to shoot. It’s not a wedding day. It’s not a day for a senior portrait. It’sView full post »
In the photography world, the term “Uncle Bob” is used for someone who is a little overzealous when itView full post »
Yeah I used to be the guy that carried around a couple of pictures in my wallet. For you kids out there, yes peopleView full post »
I like to keep things simple. The easier the better. I probably do it just to keep things organized in my head, but inView full post »
I love watching families come together. Last year we shot a wedding for friends Amy and Sean on New Year’s Eve.View full post »
I might have mentioned this before but I have a lot of photos hanging up around my house. Most of them are crooked. AllView full post »
We wanted to show a few pictures of some family photos we did at the studio not too long ago. These are Justin, MeganView full post »
If you’ve been waiting to get your Mother’s Day portraits for The Scranton Times Mother’s Day sectionView full post »
Thanks to everyone who came out for our friends and family day! We hope you all had as much fun as we did.
Here is aView full post »
Winter provides its own little challenges when shooting a wedding. First, there’s the “don’t fall onView full post »
Well, we gotta pay the rent somehow.
Two Sticks Studios is happy to say that we now have a studio space. WeView full post »
Is there any better way to spend a bitterly cold winter day than having some photos done?
Yeah, there probably is, butView full post »
It’s a good time of year to revisit some old friends. It’s a good time to reconnect. So it was fitting thatView full post »
I apologize in advance. We are going back-to-back blog posts with photos of our kids. Bob got around to doing someView full post »
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