Portrait, aerial, and commercial photography in Central Montana and occasionally Portland, Oregon. Always looking for creative people to collaborate with, and accepting commercial projects on a case-by-case basis. Contact me if you’d like to discuss a shoot!
I’ve always been a fan of constant lighting. Now that we can get LED light panels with adjustable color temperatures, I like it even more. I’ve been looking for some inexpensive LED panels for awhile, and of course Neewer came through. If you’ve never owned Neewer equipment, it’s worth taking a look at. They’re “good … Continue reading Neewer LED Lights
This Portland trip has been busier than most, but Kayla and I managed to carve out a couple hours for a quick shoot. It was a gorgeous day in Portland, so the window light was perfect. There’s something to be said for working with the same models for years. We are able to spend less … Continue reading Kayla – September 2019
The people I’ve worked with are awesome. Sometimes they say nice things about me, too.
Working with Daniel has been amazing, it did not feel like work at all! Just a sincere and amazing photo shoot. He catered to my style as well to make some amazing shots that really did take my portfolio to another level, and gain me some amazing hits.
Lots of girls dream of getting their senior photos taken at the beach. For my daughter that dream came true. Dan traveled many miles to meet us at the destination of our choice.
Many people can just take a picture, but Dan has the eye for beauty and perfection. He sees the details that most people wouldn’t see and creates magic!
My daughter’s senior pictures turned out amazing because of Dan. He is such a wonderful person, an amazing photographer and is wonderful to work with. Dan was the best choice we could have made!
Though I still occasionally do some paid work, I prefer to collaborate with other creative people to conceive awesome photos. Models are encouraged to get in touch if you think we’d work well together. There’s no money in it, but it’s fun and we all end up with photos we can use for self promotion or social media, or any other non-commercial purposes.
If someone does end up wanting to license an image shot during a collaboration, and we both approve, payment is split 50/50 between photographer and model.
If we’re planning a collaborative shoot and you want to get a jump on things, fill out and sign the non-commercial release form (PDF) and bring it with you.
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If you’re interested in collaborating, get in touch with me.