March 29, 2012 0

Moving to Tumblr

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After four years on WordPress I have decided to move everything over to Tumblr. It’s simple, sleek, and I find it simply makes sense for photography. Please follow my updates at http://workprints.tumblr.com ! This blog will remain up as an archive of past works. Cheers.

March 1, 2012 0

Chelsea’s Living Room, 2012

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Chelsea’s Living Room, 2012

February 23, 2012 0

Nick and Noah, 2012

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Nick and Noah, 2012

February 17, 2012 0

Searching for Subjects

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Josh Gosfield, 2012 | Rob, 2012

As 2012 takes off (mid-February whaaat!?) I am beginning to really concentrate on a series of environmental portraits. If you or someone you know is interested please send me an email at michaelgeorgephoto [at] gmail.com. Include your name, age, occupation, and a photograph of your beautiful face. Cheers!

February 16, 2012 0

Dogs and Hands #2

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Dogs and Hands #2 (Westminster Dog Show)

February 16, 2012 0

Mick, 2012

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Mick, 2012

February 15, 2012 0

Dogs and Hands #1

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Dogs and Hands #1 (Westminster Dog Show)

February 14, 2012 0

Mick, 2012

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Mick, 2012

February 12, 2012 0

Ben and Chelsea, 2012

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Ben and Chelsea, 2012

I miss home.

February 9, 2012 0

Your equipment really, really doesn’t matter.

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Everyone should check out this post/rant by Michael David Friberg. Also my name is Michael David George so heyyyy.

Click here.

“Bad news people. If you take boring-ass photos of flowers and dogs at 12 megapixels, you are going to take boring-ass photos of flowers and dogs at 36 megapixels. Period, end of story.”

“If you want to be a good photographer, go shoot stuff. Get outside of your comfort zone, show your work to people and take¬†criticism graciously.”

Simple and to the point.

People always ask me for camera recommendations. 99% of my personal work is shot with an 8-year old Canon Rebel T2 and a 35mm f/2.0 lens. Total value: Less than $600. Stop looking at different cameras and start looking around. That’s where you’ll find photography.