Dave made his first photos and shared them with friends and family online. He wanted to make them laugh, of course, but also to keep his friends who were not parents from getting bored with a constant stream of “Look at my adorable baby!” photos. Dave’s photos quickly found a wide audience and he created a calendar and then a book from the series.
In today’s interview with Dave Engledow, we talk about the process he goes through from idea to finished product. We also talk about what he’s working on now.
Do you have a family photography question? A guest suggestion or topic you’d like to hear about on this family photography podcast? Thank you to Joe Russo who suggested today’s guest. Use the Contact Us button to send me an email. You can also contact me on the TWiP Family Facebook page and you can join the TWiP Family Facebook group. My family is currently obsessed with letter writing. If you are the letter writing type, grab a paper and pen and write me a letter. Send it to PO Box 81005, Pittsburgh PA, 15217, USA.
This year, I’m doing a daily photo project, a 365 Project. You can see my project and the projects of other TWiP Family listeners on Flickr in the TWiP Family 365 Project 2016 group. Start you own daily photo project and join us.
It’s been one year since the first episodes of TWiP Family came out. Many thanks to the many people who have helped me this year. It’s a long list that could have been longer: Alex Lindsay, Frederick Van Johnson, Russell Boyd, Taryn Frazier, Sofia Sunseri, Rick Watling, Christina Montemurro, Randi Voss, Mary Beth Miller, Zane Kathryne Schwaiger, Simon Boyle, Marcin Brzezinski, Trish Lindsay, the kids and my dear husband, Steve. Check out Marcin Brzezinski’s project – Rent A Lens.