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Thank you for stopping by my blog at High Impact Creations. Here you'll find my thoughts on events I've covered, photos I've taken, and an occasional rant about the photography industry in general. Feel free to leave feedback.

Shooting Video at the 2016 Rock County Thresheree

September 08, 2016
I have always enjoyed the Rock County Thresheree. Some of the equipment reminds me of the days of my youth. I grew up in the country and worked at various farms. Somethin...
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Elkhorn Friday Night Rodeo

August 20, 2016
High Impact Creations is the official photographer for the Big Hat Rodeo series. Big Hat Rodeos take place all over the Midwest. We're fortunate to have them close to use...
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The Dog Days of Summer

August 01, 2016
Once again, I let entirely too much time go by between making blog posts here. I suppose I can make a promise to update it more frequently--but past is prologue! At any r...
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Results From the Beloit Fine Arts Incubator Photo Competition

March 08, 2015
Well I really do neglect this blog. I think it is a procrastination issue. That combined with being a Libra that ends up with a tortured, deadlocked mind on just about an...
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Picture a Day #165, 7-10-14 | Janesville Photographer

July 10, 2014
Picture a Day #165, July 10th, 2014 I headed out this evening thinking I would catch a photo of the sun setting over a wheat field. I expect farmers to start harvesting...
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