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4 baby birds

Every spring we have a couple of Barn Swallows that makes a nest in our barn. We try to keep most of the other birds out, as they make a mess, but the Barn Swallows are awful cute so we let them have the run of the place.  Just yesterday the babies finally ventured out of the barn. The first week of flying they stay in the barn getting the hang of their wings. Each year Wendy and I look forward to seeing a new crop of little...

Lindsay and Travis

Lindsay and Travis were married on June 18th at St. John Vianney Church in South Burlington. The reception followed at Catamount Country Club in Williston. What a fun day for a very fun and nice couple. It was great for Wendy and I, as we had already photographed Lindsay's sisters wedding about 3 years earlier. There were also a number of other previous clients in attendance as well. St. John Vianney Catamount Country Club Follow this link to see more photos from the wedding of Lindsay and Travis:  Lindsay and Travis www.portraitgallery-vt.com      ...

Karen and Dee

Karen and Dee were married on June 17th at the St. Johns Club in Burlington, Vermont.  Great weather and a fantastic sunset were the perfect compliments to a beautiful wedding! Renee was their photographer. Follow this link to see the rest of their photos: Karen and Dee www.portraitgallery-vt.com...

Photo Cards

All of our wedding packages come with 100-4x6 Photo cards. Envelopes are also included. New as of July 1st, 2011, we are now also offering digital versions of the photo cards, so that our clients can email the photo cards, or place the photo card on their Facebook page. Clients can select any or all of the following cards: www.portraitgallery-vt.com...

Tips for great fireworks photos!

1-Use a tripod. 2-Use the B setting. This allows you to keep the shutter open for a longer exposure. Point the camera where you feel the fireworks bursts will take place. Keep the camera shutter open for multiple bursts, and try to visualize where the bursts are in the frame. This can allow you to have multiple bursts in one photo. 3-Use a remote trigger cord if you can. This allows you to keep the shutter open without having to worry about moving or jiggling the camera...