Drew Berube


Read the article on this Senior talent here and check out his awards and stats here.



I photographed Bruce yesterday for an article in today’s paper. Bruce’s life was totally altered by someone putting phencyclidine (PCP, or, as known on the streets, “angel dust”) in his drink. It’s sad to see what drugs can do to a person, but it’s awesome how far he’s come in the last two years at the New Way Recovery House here in Hillsdale.

Also, it’s kinda weird not putting “Day such-and-such” in front of my post title….

Day 365: Sunrise


It’s hard to believe that I started this project a whole year ago. It’s been challenging, rewarding, and a lot of fun. Some of you might be disappointed by seeing a grainy photo from my iPhone as the culmination of a year-long project, but I think the photo is beautiful. Photography is limited to the visual senses; there is no way this photo can do justice to the experience I had. Photography is a weak attempt at capturing moments in our life and just as weak – even with cool HDR effects – at capturing the full beauty of God’s creation. Psalm 19:1 states, “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.” I think that even this little photo declares the glory of God.

The conclusion of Project 365 doesn’t mean the end of my posting photos, but it does mean that I won’t necessarily have new content daily. Thanks to everyone over the past year who has posted a comment, emailed, or told me that they enjoy my site – that makes me happy. :)

Day 364: Spinning Wheel

Spinning Wheel

I shot this today for an article that should run Thursday.

Day 363: Arizona HDR

Arizona HDR

I forgot I had this undeveloped HDR image from last spring. I really like HDR for landscapes as it helps bring out the details and subtle colors. I hope to explore this some more this semester as I work on my post-processing techniques.

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