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Executive Cat February 2013
This is the newest addition to our family, who we found in a shelter. She is the sweetest pet anyone could have. I was setting up lighting ratios for business executive portraits, when she suddenly jumped up on the seat. Doesn't she look very executive like?
Main Coon Kitten Hides Under Curtain June 2010
He enjoys playing and hidding under the curtains. This kitten is our first since our previous passed away. Our last two cats were with us over 16 years.
Old Burned Redwood in Yosemite Forest June 2009
My wife and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in San Francisco. We stayed in beautiful bed and breakfast inns. But my one of my most favorite times was to hike through Yosemite where Ansel Adams often worked. This extremely old burned redwood appealed to my rangefinder 35mm film camera, loaded with black and white film.
Flury Looks at a Ball February 2009
I don't know why I like to photograph cats so much? Perhaps it's because they are so photogenic on the one hand, and because you just can't pose em on the other?
Butterfly November 2008
My wife and I visited the Smithonian Institute in Washington DC. This butterfly caught my attention while we were visiting the Museum of Natural History.
Chrysanthemum April 2008
While looking back at some of Ashley and Rich's August 2007 wedding images, this flower caught my interest as a great subject to artistically enhance!
Family Cats December 2007
A festive Christmas holiday season wouldn't be complete without a fireplace and a Christmas tree.
Winter displays November 2007
There's a little road side store near my home that puts out decorations for sale every winter. This year I finally found some time to stop by.
Interesting Perspectives Summer 2007
During the summer, I tried to make a point to take some time out and make some personal images. Here's one that I found one evening after dinner.
Chromatic Colors May 2007
Achieving vibrant colors can sometimes be an issue in digital photography. I was working on optimizing natural chromatic red and blue colors as I captured these flower images.
© 2013 Robert Winton