Then There Was Lightroom

My photography advanced with Lightroom in a big way. It taught me color theory, composition, and patience. Imagine my surprise when Adobe—the creators of Lightroom—contacted me for executive and staff photography. Surprise bordering on ecstasy. The photographic equivalent of returning to the mother ship. I gleefully boarded, then developed a new kind of String Theory…

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…visited the psychedelic wall…

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…and the ball wall…

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…and made portraits outdoors…

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…and went back indoors…

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…then out…

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…twice…

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…and finally back in, again, always in search of new light and backgrounds, like this one…

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…and this one.

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I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunity to photograph at Adobe and meet the people who make Lightroom possible in the first place.

Looking for a Bay Area corporate or family photographer? Contact me

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