Monthly Archives: March 2010

Out of Thousands

A friend recently asked us if we could check through our catalogs of photographs for a specific type of photograph–one that was vertical and included either objects or patterns. I scanned through thousands of photos to see what we had that might fit her needs and was able to put together a collection of pictures, […]

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aaront - April 17, 2010 - 9:28 am

the first tulips photo is AMAZING. The slow fade from green to yellow. Incredible shot, thanks for sharing

The Routons | Families

Our original around the world travel plans included at least a few weeks in Brazil visiting our friends Micah and Marla Routon. However, as we were getting ready to purchase tickets we learned that they were going to be coming home to Oregon for a year and would be back in Newberg only a few […]

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The Greenes | Families

This beautiful family oozed joy throughout the entire session–the two kids wore us out with their abundance of energy, but were a pure delight the entire time. We’re so thankful to have opportunities like this to see kids be adopted by families who can provide a life they could only have dreamed of having and […]

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The Bradens | families

The Braden family will forever hold the position as our first photo session with a family we didn’t know. Referred by a friend, we met up with them on the Nike campus for a late afternoon run around the grounds and had a fun couple of hours of playing. It took awhile for their son […]

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Brandon - March 18, 2010 - 12:50 pm

I love the first shot! Great work guys.

The Andersons | families

We are so blessed to be related to this family. When John and I started dating there were four of them and now there are seven! The whole crew came out for a Labor Day weekend of family time with Oregon and Washington brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents, uncles, and aunts. This was the first time […]

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