Monthly Archives: August 2009

I had such a blast working with the Usiak twins.  They were troopers, as I made them (like most of my clients), climb a few abandoned buildings and hike through fields.  I’m glad that their mom came along as their “stylist” because she made sure not a hair was out of place (and she even […]

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  • Lindsay Morgan - The second to last photo of the guy in the gray sweater between the boards w the green foliage is really incredible. i’m really into it. so cinematic and the light/toning is so elegant. wow :)ReplyCancel

  • Katie Usiak - i love the one of us laughing. its halarious :)ReplyCancel

Steve proposed to Amanda at Pere Marquette while they were looking for rocks.  When she went to show her mom the rocks they collected, she showed her favorite last–the ring! (which is beautiful, by the way)  Hence, returning to Pere Marquette for their engagement shoot was sentimental and super romantic. Thanks for putting up with […]

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  • when you say nothing at all « photoFREAK - [...] nothing at all 2009 November 14 by Megan Lange I had such an amazing time working with Amanda & Steve’s for their engagement shoot, that I was EXTREMELY excited for their November wedding!  Amanda looked gorgeous in her white [...]ReplyCancel

I’ve know the Ciccones for about 7-8 years now, and have been shooting pictures of their boys since birth.  It was such an honor to get to work with them for a few hours at Pere Marquette early Friday morning. I love Josiah’s expression here. I think this is my favorite of the whole shoot. […]

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Ayy, I cannot believe that I am on my way back to the states.  I am currently blogging from Heathrow airport in London (shout-out to my flat 8 loves), and I have to say that it is bizarre to see so many muzungus.  I haven’t updated at all since I’ve been in Kenya, due to […]

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  • Peggy Trygstad - Megan,

    These pictures are amazing! What a great artist you are.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Unbelievable photos, as usual. I’m so glad that you had such an incredible trip.

    Thanks for the shout-out, haha. Once you are home and rested I can’t wait to hear more about your adventures. Love you!ReplyCancel

  • 2009 « photoFREAK - [...] and YES!  I’ve been to SEVEN other countries this year, but my favorites were Uganda and Kenya.  These two trips were life-changing, and I would definitely recommend going on a missions trip to [...]ReplyCancel