If you've ever had the chance to sit for a portrait session with Doug, then you'll know that he is a true artist. With his subject he is gentle, comforting, and inspirational. With himself, he is a relentless studier of light, gesture, and expression. Although he is just as well adept with professional flash gear and modern cameras as he is with classic old film cameras and natural light, as Doug says, "It's what you get at the end of the day that matters. Portrait photography is a process. It's a relationship. It's a collaboration. And, I always hope we come away with an image or two that are worth remembering forever."


"Tips & tricks, lots of knowledge of cameras and lighting. Friendly and talkative. It was a great time." ~ Karina Bors, International Model









"Photography I think, is about seeing and being sensitive to the world. It is about problem-solving and finding structural solutions that make pieces within a frame resonate somehow keeping in mind the premise that photographs have to be real, and that imperfection can be a good thing. As a photographer, you can choose to photograph only beautiful things, or you can find a beauty in all things. It's really a process, one could say, of getting back the eyes we had when we were a child."



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you've ever had the chance to sit for a portrait session with Doug, then you'll know that he is a true artist. With his subject he is gentle, comforting, and inspirational. With himself, he is a relentless studier of light, gesture, and expression. Although he is just as well adept with professional flash gear and modern cameras as he is with classic old film cameras and natural light, as Doug says, "It's what you get at the end of the day that matters. Portrait photography is a process. It's a relationship. It's a collaboration. And, I always hope we come away with an image or two that are worth remembering forever."


"Tips & tricks, lots of knowledge of cameras and lighting. Friendly and talkative. It was a great time." ~ Karina Bors, International Model









"Photography I think, is about seeing and being sensitive to the world. It is about problem-solving and finding structural solutions that make pieces within a frame resonate somehow keeping in mind the premise that photographs have to be real, and that imperfection can be a good thing. As a photographer, you can choose to photograph only beautiful things, or you can find a beauty in all things. It's really a process, one could say, of getting back the eyes we had when we were a child."



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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