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Over the past month, we have made several changes to timothyfaust.com. First move added a new section on destination wedding photography. In which we carefully explain our award winning photography, 100% satisfaction guarantee, paper proofing, Timothy’s commitment to film, and our hand crafted Italian leather albums. We’ve also added several slideshows of[more…]
I was one of the early adopters of digital photography, way back in 2005. It was a simpler time then. A new Batman movie starring Christian Bale was about to be released. George Bush was president. The U.S. was involved in wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. A new invention called the iPod had only been[more…]
I had the pleasure of photographing Erin for her Senior Photos back in 2006. A while ago I got a call from Erin’s mom about photographing her brother, Ryan, for his Senior Photos. I suggested bringing the entire family along and doing some family photos. This was the result.
Once again we celebrated Ullrfest here in the mountains with “style.” Take a look at these slideshows from three of the bigger events of the week. Ullr Nordic Party and Bonfire Ullympics and after party at Salt Creek Ullr Parade and after parties at Ullr’s and Gold Pan
If you have been following my blog, you know that I started photographing Asher only a few hours after he was born at the hospital. I will be meeting with him and his parents several times over the course of his first year to make images for a ‘Baby’s First Year’ album I will put[more…]
I got a call from Alex a few hours after Asher was born, and he invited me to their hospital room to get Asher’s very first baby photos. This will be an ongoing project that started with Heather’s pregnancy photos and will follow Asher through the first year of this life.
I’ve been asked to photograph a lot of important moments in people’s lives over the years, but there aren’t too many things more terrifying than a proposal. Not only do I have to get it right the first time, but a proposal only lasts for a few moments. On top of that, as a photographer,[more…]