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Bigger Mac

Sunday, May 03, 2009

You may remember Mac from a year ago around this time......here....

Well I was back at Mac's place to shoot more photos of him for his three year head shot. His mom has really cool black and white photos of both of their kids hanging in their house for every year.

Here is Mac's photo for this year!


Ok...so if you really pay attention you may have noticed the photos having a different logo treatment. I know, I know....it looks like I can't make up my mind. Well I'm playing around with different ways to display the logo on blog photos. Hopefully I'm zeroing in on the easiest and most clean way to do that. Bear with me. :)

posted by Dave
Sunday, May 03, 2009


Blogger Knot said...

Do you use prime lenses?

9:23 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

The only prime lens that I currently use is a 50mm f1.8.


3:46 PM  

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