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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 →

Brigham City Fog

I recently went to Brigham City for a family birthday and had the opportunity to photograph the LDS Temple and Tabernacle. It was a spur of the moment decision, my wife was driving and I jumped out of the car… Continue Reading →

Frozen Fog

With all the cold weather we’ve been having, the even the fog freezes. On my way to work, I happened across these and took some shots. Which one is your favorite? Purchase Print

Hannah Mae Photo Shoot

I recently photographed a family friend’s new baby. It was so much fun, and my first time doing a “real” baby photo shoot. The baby was fairly well-behaved, she fussed a little, but mom quickly calmed her down. Below are… Continue Reading →

Valentine, You’re A-maze-ing

        Free Valentine Prints. The images are if you are doing prints at a photo lab, otherwise use the PDF. The PDF contains all 4 sizes. 4×6 print 5×7 print 8.5×11 1/2 sheet print (top fold card) 8.5×11… Continue Reading →

Fannin Family Photos

Autumn in Utah 2012 II

I hiked to Timpanogos Cave National Monument last Saturday, and besides the wonderful weather, the views were amazing. I thought I’d share them.

Autumn in Utah 2012

Autumn in Utah is unbelievable. It definitely ties (if not beats) New England for fall colors. My 10 year old had a community education ceramics class today near the mouth of American Fork Canyon. So, I dropped her off and… Continue Reading →

Brigham City Temple Openhouse

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Two Views Same Alley

I took these two photos when I was out on a job interview. Looking at them afterward, I was struck with the difference that layout makes (portrait vs landscape).  The landscape version seems much deeper than the vertical version, while… Continue Reading →

Facebook Timeline Cover Photos IV

Another set of Facebook Timeline Photos, a random assortment! With Facebook’s changeover to “Timeline” one of the new features is a cover photo. Using some of my photography, I created these for use on your own timeline — make sure… Continue Reading →

Oregon Coast Snapshots

I recently visited the Oregon coast in the areas of Tillamook (yep, went to the cheese factory) and then down south to Newport Beach Aquarium. I had the opportunity to see wonderful rocky and sandy beaches, eat fresh crab for… Continue Reading →

Erb Family Photo Shoot

Recently while on the Oregon Coast, I had the opportunity to do a family photo shoot on the rocky shores of Barview Jetty. The sky was overcast, and the surroundings beautiful. I had a great time and the family was… Continue Reading →

American Fork Steel Days Car Show

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Wyoming Ghost Town

I recently went to Southwestern Wyoming, and passed through an old mining town. I got some pictures (and a flat tire), but the pictures turned out nice. Purchase Print Purchase Print Purchase Print Purchase Print

Orange Poppy

Orange Poppies always remind me of my Grandma Sagers. She has a big patch of them in the front of her house by the mailbox. I remember going to her house and, when they were dried, taking the center and… Continue Reading →

Pansy Droplets

Our sprinklers come on early in the morning, so the other day I went outside to these in the flower garden. It’s not dew, but I think it looks awesome. Print available here Print available here Print available here

Trip to Ophir

My brother-in-law and sister invited us to Ophir to go camping. I am not a huge fan of camping. I like everything leading up to sleeping in a tent, and then everything the next day, just the overnight part that… Continue Reading →

Winding Road HDR

Okay, so this is my first attempt at HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography. It’s more what the eyes see, but exaggerated. To create this photo, I used 3 photos. One that exposed the photo for the brightness of the sky,… Continue Reading →

Blackhurst Farrier Service Photo Shoot

One of my good friends is a Farrier (Shoes Horses) and I recently had the opportunity to go with him on the job and take some pictures of daily life. Several thoughts occurred to me as I watched him work… Continue Reading →

Facebook Timeline Cover Photos III

Another set of Facebook Timeline Photos, a random assortment! With Facebook’s changeover to “Timeline” one of the new features is a cover photo. Using some of my photography, I created these for use on your own timeline — make sure… Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving Point Statuary

Along with the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving point, there are some statues depicting the life of Christ. Only 3 are finished; Calming the Storm, Gathering the Chicks, and Carrying the Cross. They are amazing. The Calming the Storm one is… Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

Saturday I had the opportunity to attend the Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival. Over 250,000 tulips in all, it was spectacular. The weather was mild (mid 60’s) and was slightly overcast which made for some good lighting. Below are some of… Continue Reading →

Facebook Timeline Cover Photos II

Flowers and nature yesterday, how about some vehicles today? With Facebook’s changeover to “Timeline” one of the new features is a cover photo. Using some of my photography, I created these for use on your own timeline — make sure… Continue Reading →

Facebook Timeline Cover Photos I

With Facebook’s changeover to “Timeline” one of the new features is a cover photo. Using some of my photography, I created these for use on your own timeline — make sure you download the large size (Click on the image… Continue Reading →

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