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Saturday, April 25, 2020

My New Blog!


I'm starting a blog that focuses (pun intended) on my photography, what I'm doing, where I'm taking pictures, what I'm taking pictures of & more! My blog will hopefully help me to better communicate my ideas, and might shed some light on why I made the decisions I did.

I have many goals outlined for my blog, but for now, I just hope to post to it at least once per week. Eventually when I get more comfortable with posting and when I can better understand the way it will change and affect my workflow, I plan on posting more frequently.

Some of my first few posts will be recap posts of events and games I attended in the past, and will hopefully provide a background of the kind of work that I do. I've photographed many sports, events and people and I want to highlight the experiences that landed me where I am today.

— I hope you enjoy reading my blog, as much as I enjoy writing about and sharing my love of photography.




—Michael Tollestrup

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