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Although I don't advertise services as a portrait photographer, I can "retouch" and edit portraits using Photoshop. For this portrait of Astrid Reeves, I removed the background, lightened her eyes and teeth and smoothed her neck lines. Then, I added a faint shadow behind her head.
I happened to be downtown on a photoshoot of the Vietnam Memorial for SAIC when I decided to take a detour and shoot some photos of the U.S. Capitol. It was a great pleasure to be able to use it for several graphics projects.
This view of the U.S. Capitol was from the ladies restroom in one of the congressional office buildings. I was the photographer for SAIC that day at a hearing on military health care.
When I couldn't find the right stock photo of a handshake over a signed contract, I asked a few SAIC employees to help and they posed for me.
This is where I worked for SAIC for six years as a graphic artist
and the sector photographer: 5107 Leesburg Pike at the Skyline office complex. Our offices were on the 22nd floor. The lens flare was a bonus from my Nikon camera.
This is a hospital located in Orlando, Florida. I was waiting at the train station nearby and because the train was late I had some time to kill. I've always been fascinated with beautiful architecture.
Interior photo of the glass greenhouse globe at the Orlando hospital
(see previous slide).
A JetBlue jet taxis up to the gate to unload and be serviced.
Swallow Falls is a Maryland State Park located 8 miles west of Deep Creek Lake in the panhandle of the state. It contains hiking trails that connect 3 waterfalls all within easy walking distance from each other.
Toliver Falls is located in Swallow Falls Maryland State Park. The water was unusually low at the time of this photograph.
The Surge Community Center (the Barns) also serves as a church on Sunday mornings. Because of lighting problems, this is a composite photograph, merging two photographs: one with the camera metered on the building, and the other metered on the background.
This finished basement photo was taken as part of a photography assignment for one of my website clients, ArchiBuild LC. Their craftsmanship on this addition was noteworthy.
Interior photograph of a dining room. The wainscotting was part of the design project for ArchiBuild in this home.
Next to the front door, partially seen at the far right, are the double doors that lead to the library, as seen from the staircase.
This bathroom was designed and built by ArchiBuild LC as part of the remodeling of the basement (see fireplace photo #11).
Masculine bathroom next to a young man's bedroom was designed with conservative lines with a Colonial touch seen in the frame of the mirror.
This large powder room was designed with floor-to-ceiling diagonal tile behind the mirror and vanity.
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