Category Archives: fine art photography

My Favorite Kiddos in the World

Fall is a busy time for me.  The sun is setting earlier, there is literally less time in a day.  Everyone loves the leaves’ changing colors, so there are engagements, senior and family portrait shoots filling up many of the precious daylight hours between school letting out and sundown. You know the thing that they say […]

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Opening Artist at Biscotti Gallery

Eating fresh, local food is something that I already love–  but when Sandy Freeman described her vision for “Biscotti,” an up-and-coming restaurant conveniently located a few miles from my home featuring local food, music and art,  she had my full attention.  The Biscotti will be serving classics as well as ethnically-inspired cuisine and have an emphasis on dessert […]

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Sam HassasApril 16, 2011 - 3:37 pm

EEEEEK! These are amazing girl. WOW!! All of them are exceptional. I don’t even have a fav!

Michael FedorApril 16, 2011 - 5:01 pm

Superbly brilliant! I can’t wait for the opening! Congratulations.

Alessandro Di SciascioApril 17, 2011 - 12:54 am

Fantastic!!! Congratulations!

TonyMay 23, 2011 - 10:18 am

Amazing photos Lisa! Keep up the good work!

Danielle BaileyJune 6, 2011 - 9:49 pm

Oh my lord Lisa!!! That tree has to be one of the prettiest pictures I’ve ever seen! You got so lucky!! I never get opportunities to catch things like that. LOOOOOVVVEEE!!!!!

Fish-Eye in NYC: Using my newest lens!

My fish-eye lens was shipped just in time for Nathalie and Michael’s Manhattan photo shoot.   Kris and I arrived a little early for the shoot and caught a few images in the city on our way to meet them.  I love the wideness and distortion of the lens, and the clarity, too.  It’s so much fun […]

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Cara LiedlichMarch 18, 2011 - 10:12 am

Really unique!

Andrea BlakeMarch 21, 2011 - 5:13 pm

Beautifully distorted. Reminds me of the never-ending curvature of our universe as well as our own reality in some sense.

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