Wilson Freeman, Photographer

Alexandria, VA - 703-380-3786

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Wilson Freeman:


Old Works, New Life

When I start to go cross-eyed from working on a particular project for too long, my go-to “productive procrastination” activity is to go back and re-edit some of my older works.  I’ve been doing nothing but wedding photos for awhile now, so yesterday I decided to go back and re-edit…

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Near Glendale

I’ve been playing around a bit with my new Canon 6D, to see how it behaves in different conditions.  I mostly take it with me on walks through our neighborhood, and I figured I’d post a few of my favorite shots from the last week or two, all taken within…

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Some thoughts on recently rented gear:

Since I’ve had a couple big shoots recently that required me to rent some extra equipment, I’ve gotten to experiment with a few new lenses and a new camera body.  I really enjoy renting gear, because it allows me to see what kinds of gear I actually use, vs. the…

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No Quarter: Early Releases

Last weekend I made the 13 hour drive from DC up to Fort Ticonderoga to shoot their “No Quarter” reenactment. It was a challenging shoot, as it involved hiking a couple miles and shooting action at night by candle light, but I really like some of the images I captured…

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A Fall Day in the Shenandoahs

Last Saturday my friend Kate (a talented painter) and I went on a short road trip. Kate had contacted me with the kind of vague instructions I love to get: “Anyone want to shoot some foliage with me? I need to get out of the city.” Challenge accepted, as they…

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