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Viral Cat Videos

Viral Cat Videos

Whether you admit it or not it's safe to assume that you have watched a few cats videos in your time.  Am I right?  Of course I am.  Everybody loves a good photo or video of a furry feline being stripped of it's dignity for the amusement of it's owners. Nothing cracks up a room full of should be working employees like a video of a cat being startled by a cucumber or perhaps a fat tabby riding a Roomba.

Daniel Troutman
daniel@troutmanphoto.com
Albany, OR
Daniel Troutman, an internationally published photographer, started his career in 1999. He began as a staff travel photographer, and now runs a retail studio in Albany, Oregon. His images have been published by some of the largest agencies in the world, including Newsweek, VH1 Music Television, The Food Network and Best Western Hotels.

Fine, I admit it.  Corvallis Rocks!

Fine, I admit it. Corvallis Rocks!

I freaking love Corvallis Oregon!  For many years I treated that beautiful city like the allies treated Germany in World War II.  Any runs I had to make into Corvallis were treated like covert operations with the main goal being to get in and get out before being spotted by enemy troops.  But as my own family business required me to do more portrait sessions in Corvallis, my eyes began to open to the beauty and diversity that Corvallis has to offer.  Everywhere you go, the town offers up amazing locations to photograph clients.  

Daniel Troutman
daniel@troutmanphoto.com
Albany, OR
Daniel Troutman, an internationally published photographer, started his career in 1999. He began as a staff travel photographer, and now runs a retail studio in Albany, Oregon. His images have been published by some of the largest agencies in the world, including Newsweek, VH1 Music Television, The Food Network and Best Western Hotels.

Senior Pictures in Corvallis

Senior Pictures in Corvallis

We chose to photograph Cole's baseball images first because he wanted a strong gritty look and I knew that to do it right we were going to have to use studio strobes lighting.  Studio strobes are the greatest asset a photographer has (next to his/her brain of course).  With studio strobes you can basically change and override any natural light situation giving you maximum flexibility and creative control.  Cole's a pitcher so we sent him to the mound and began setting up two lights around him.

Daniel Troutman
daniel@troutmanphoto.com
Albany, OR
Daniel Troutman, an internationally published photographer, started his career in 1999. He began as a staff travel photographer, and now runs a retail studio in Albany, Oregon. His images have been published by some of the largest agencies in the world, including Newsweek, VH1 Music Television, The Food Network and Best Western Hotels.