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Professional Lake Tahoe Wedding Photographers What makes good photography? Why are one photographer’s images more compelling than those of another? How can I, as one of many professional Lake Tahoe wedding photographers, make photos that matter? These are the questions that I ask before, during, and after every wedding I have photograph. Attending the Foundation Workshop in…

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  • Lori

    Was getting a little wedding nostalgic (ha!:) and flipped through your blog! WOW!! The picture with the sweet lady and her curlers is one of my favorite. Todd and I just sat here looking at it and feeling like we know her. Well done!!!ReplyCancel

  • Mary McHenry

    So great Chris. I loved your images -they were such a wonderful combination of tender and funny, not an easy thing to pull off. Well done my friend!!ReplyCancel

Zanzibar Island Travel Photography Surely we’ve all closed our eyes at some point and imagined a place we’d rather be. Somewhere warm. Somewhere sunny. A place where the sun warms your back, the wind rustles the leaves of palm trees, and nine to five means nothing. I hope this Zanzibar island travel photography helps you decide…

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Zanzibar Beach Photography 5 Days ago, something beautiful happened. With a long series of late-season storms and a sloppy 3 inches of mushy snow lingering about, you might never have seen it coming. But it came. Summer in Lake Tahoe. When quitting time rolled around yesterday, we got our butts out of our office chairs….

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  • mark smiley

    Love these shots. esp the one of the boys playing soccer on the beach.ReplyCancel

  • Love the shots Chris, super impressive water colors. and my personal favorite is the soccer on the beach shot.ReplyCancel

Lake Tahoe Bear A Lake Tahoe bear knows a good BBQ when he smells one. During the Sierra Nevada’s recent barrage of Spring snowstorms, a High Sierra black bear turned up at a street-side party. Despite initial reactions of caution, Tahoe locals attending the event stepped aside. They quickly shared sizzling hot dogs, summer sausage, and steaming…

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  • Patti Page

    You got me…ReplyCancel

  • Ben Werner

    Your Tahoe bears look a bit different than the ones I see in Santa BarbaraReplyCancel

  • Lori Chesley

    What a well-equipped bear! He’s smart to wear boots – the terrain can be rough out there. Seems like he was friendly enough but his eyes seem a little vacant…ReplyCancel

Zanzibar Doors Getting lost in Stonetown is easy. For the most part narrow streets and alleyways intersect every 50 feet. You quickly realize that angles are anything but perpendicular. Cardinal directions suddenly become irrelevant. Generally speaking, the only consistency is the plethora of beautiful Zanzibar doors. Zanzibar Island’s Stonetown is a UNESCO World Heritage Site….

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  • Judy Benjamin

    Doors and windows are my own favorite architectural features — these are stunning and I agree with Ben’s comment.ReplyCancel

  • Ben Werner

    nice study – I enjoy the juxtaposition of whole pieces and detail shots…ReplyCancel

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