• Learning is Constant

    Lorelia is the Variable for Fun.

  • Looking Simple & Clean

    But Flexible & Fast

  • Composition & Exposure

    Images that Touch Others Souls

Lorelia She is our little girl and the joy in our life.

Breaking news

Here, there and everywhere... what we've been doing

Christmas Lights

Four Walls Publishing

March 30th

Matt Chaney's Four Walls Publishing went through a major change over this year as the Publishing firm brought their old site into a new age. A total remake of the site with animations and a Wordpress based blog are going to allow them to make the next step with their business.

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Radio City visit to New York to visit Emma!

New York City

March 7th

Lorelia gets to visit with Emma Loggins and Jason Corman in the big city lights. Lore was able to see Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen New York's Bromance. She was not too impressed but did enjoy Central park. And Squirrels.

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Lorelia in her first walk around the streets of New York

Lorelia's Travels

December 20

Lorelia seeing the streets of New York for the first time. Walking around she found a Ice Dog display and was kind of impressed. It seemed to be a rather popular subject of many photographs. Lore got to pose with the statues. She was a hit with the locals taking pictures of her.

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My Interests

I'm doing a couple of things you might be interested in

HDR Images

Taking my images to the next level in tonal quality. Letting the possibility of the digital image speak to the viewer.


Working with students and learning as you teach the newest technology is always a challenge.

Responsive design

Making sites that conform to the viewing platform. Desktop to smart phone.


The rule of thirds and the golden rule to direct the viewers eye.

The world just does not fit conveniently
into the format of a 35mm camera.

About Me




My first love is photography.  I spending 14 years shooting everything from house fires to Bengal tigers. It was a fun ride that still has me shooting virtually everything. Two cameras with me most of every minute of my waking days. I find it a thrill beyond words to capture history in images that move those around you days or even years later.

Programming is a second line of learning for me. I have always had my hand in some form of computers either fixing or building them since high school. My dad and I took classes in computer programming at the local high school. I started on RadioShack TRS-80 to peak my interest and by todays standards its very hard to convey to students. That crazy start is what lead me into a field that was to be an eventual marraige of two careers into one. Who would have thought in those early days that the camera would eventually be digital.


My early years with the newspaper introduced me to the using computers to develop images and eventually to pagination of their use in print. Learning to make separations for individual images then to full pages and on to double trucks. It was a great learning experience. It sounds odd but I was using the computer long before switching over to a digital camera. My early intrest really meant that I had a little foot hold in the field before from my college years.

Making that switch

Moving from Newspapers to the digital world was a big step and one which eventually lead me to teaching. The digital world is one where you can be more mobile and still explore the possibilities that is the electronic world. Traveling the country with tradeshow exhibits. Allowed me to see the country. Its opened many new doors including teaching which brought a smile to my dads face. He taught, his dad taught, his mother taught, my mother taught as did her mother and grandmothers sisters and brothers. So the long line of teachers continues.

When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.
Ansel Adams

My Work

Latest projects we've been working on

Daisy Dream

Making a whimsical view of the world around you is what I'm after here. Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment. Claude Monet
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Lorelia making faces

Working with a cute little girl making faces next to you is really a hard to concentrate. She is a little clown at times but always a good girl.
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Nature images

I started out my photography with a passion for shooting images of animals and that passion grown. I just keep changing lenses.
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North of the border

Its been a pleasure of late to travel to the north country in both the north east and west to enjoy the Canadian boarder. The site and the people are really a relaxing way to enjoy a vacation.
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Travel images

My adventures in New York, San Diego, West Virgina, Washington DC and a couple of other places which really have enhanced my appreciation for the history.
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Growing up with family ties to the Pittsburg Kansas its been quite a change living in the Big Pittsburgh PA. Enjoying the city and all its treasures has been a great experience.
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From the West coast to the east I have a collection of Sunsets and a few rises which are fun to play with. The sun rises I have yet to really get anyone to enjoy with me like Lorelia.
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Enjoying the flowers up close

The wild flowers to those found in gardens and front yards. Looking for those patches is always the moments that I look for and what I try to do the most with to make them come alive.
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View from an Airplane

Enjoying the mountains and views from the clouds. They are always a breath taking moment.
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Photography is a small voice, at best, but sometimes one photograph, or a group of them, can lure our sense of awareness.

Meet my team

We are beautiful and smart

If you would like to contact me

Contact me


David Barton
1904 Brushcliff rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15221 USA


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