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Those Who Went Before

When I recently went to the Sacramento California Cemetery, I noticed so many headstones that simply read “Mother” and “Father” on them. Some had additional details, some didn’t. The sheer amount of variety also intrigued me. It was fascinating how important… Continue Reading →

Sacramento Cemetery

I find headstones fascinating, and on my trip to Sacramento California, we walked around the Sacramento Cemetery. There were some pretty interesting memorials, including a mausoleum to one of the founders of the railroad (Mark Hopkins) that was massive, and… Continue Reading →

California State Railroad Museum

One of my fondest memories of my father was a train set he had in the attic. (Our attic was livable space). He had an 5′ x 25′ foot train track set up and we would run the trains for… Continue Reading →

Sutter Mill, California

I recently had the opportunity to visit Sutter Mill in California where the California Gold Rush started in 1849. There are a few original buildings, lots of interesting displays and a visitors center as well. It’s off the beaten path,… Continue Reading →

Big Tree State Park, California

I recently had the chance to take my family on a vacation to California. One of the locations we visited was Big Tree State Park. While Northern California is known for the redwood forest, the predominant tree here was sequoia…. Continue Reading →

American Fork High School Winter Formal

Facebook Cover Photos Fall 2016

The beauty of Autumn in Utah can’t be beat, and I love taking pictures of all the Fall foliage and landscapes. The heat of summer has worn off, kids are back in school, and there is so much diversity in… Continue Reading →

Yellowstone 2016

My wife had a family reunion in Yellowstone, Wyoming this past summer, and I finally got around to editing the pictures. The park is beautiful and I am constantly amazed at what nature can accomplish.

Living Planet Aquarium

I recently had the opportunity to visit the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Salt Lake City, Utah, thanks to my employer, who held the employee summer party there. It was a fairly difficult to take pictures from a technical standpoint,… Continue Reading →

Make ‘Merica Grate Again

Are you tired of pre-shredded cheese? Tired of ready-to-eat hashbrowns? Show your disgust of all things pre-made with this shirt. Let’s Make America Grate Again! Purchase Shirt

Lutin’ Intolerant

Are you tired of people playing the lute? Everywhere you go, someone is in your face about how their lute playing is different than the the minstrel down the way? Show your disdain with this shirt. Purchase Shirt Here

Tim Fannin Senior Pictures

Huntington Gardens and Library

On the third day of my “kidnapped” trip to California, we went to the Huntington Gardens and Library. It was quite spectacular. There were some very famous paintings such as “Blue Boy” and “Pinky” as well as a wide variety… Continue Reading →

Santa Anita Racetrack

During our visit to California, we were able to take a tour of the Santa Anita Racetrack, where Seabiscuit and other notable horses raced in the 1930’s. It was fun to see the races, having never attended one before. California… Continue Reading →

Petersen Auto Museum

My wife surprised me with a weekend trip to California for my upcoming 40th Birthday. The first day, we went to the Petersen Auto Museum, where they had QUITE a collection of amazing cars. I took some pictures and thought… Continue Reading →

Bridal Veil Falls – October 2015

I went to Bridal Veil Falls to take some fall pictures and try some water-blur photos as well. I think they turned out well, despite the harsh light and shadow.

Stansbury High School Prom

My niece went to Jr. Prom this year, and asked me to take pictures of her group (well, her mom did, anyway). The location for the photos was an historical train depot, since it was raining that day. The lighting… Continue Reading →

Mr. P

I recently had the opportunity to take another newborn session of an adorable little boy. They were almost all taken outside on a covered porch, but the rain was pouring, so my options for positions, lighting, etc., were someone limited…. Continue Reading →

Vehicle Details in Black and White

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Raging River

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Mount Timpanogos Temple

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Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival 2014

Every year Thanksgiving Point has a Tulip festival where around 1 million tulips are in bloom. This year through a series of weather and other issues, I wasn’t able to go until it was technically over, but I still got… Continue Reading →

Mark and Tatiana’s Wedding

The first weekend in October, I was given the opportunity to be the principal photographer at a cousin’s wedding. I have taken many pictures over the years, but was never “depended on” for wedding photography, so it was a bit… Continue Reading →

Mark and Tatiana Engagement Photos

This couple had a whirlwind engagement. That, coupled with scheduling conflicts both for me and them made for increased pressure on this photo shoot. However one of my favorite shots I have been wanting to get for a while I… Continue Reading →

David and Hannah

I was asked by a relative to take some staged family photography at their wedding on saturday. I think they turned out very well. For attendees, the link to see and purchase all the pictures full size is http://photokapi.smugmug.com/Portraits/David-and-Hannah

Evening Out

I rarely get the opportunity to go out for an evening drive in the canyon with just my lovely wife, so when the opportunity came along, we took it. I was able to take some fun pictures. Which one is… Continue Reading →

Pioneer Day Fireworks

In Utah, we celebrate the 24th of July as Pioneer Day.  It was on that day in 1847 that the Mormon Pioneers first entered the Salt Lake Valley. Along with the 4th of July, it is one of the days… Continue Reading →

Angie and Analyn

This mother and daughter duo had family pictures taken for a book for a Father’s day gift while dad was deployed. They turned out great, and were a lot of fun to take.

Tulip Festival 2013

Thanksgiving Point Gardens has an annual tulip festival where they plant over 250,000 tulips. It is amazing. The gardens are amazing. Here are some of the pictures I took while visiting last Saturday. Prints are available here

Spring Color Palettes

You have to hand it to Mother Nature. Her colors always look like they go together. She uses just the right shade of green to go with the yellow she picked. Orange, red and purple go together because her shades… Continue Reading →

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