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SRK Headshot Day Team

Photographer Scott Kline is coming to Menlo Park for a Headshot Day on Wednesday, July 29. He’ll be at Marcela’s Village Gallery on Santa Cruz Avenue between Evelyn Street and University. There is parking in the rear lot, and you can enter the back of the gallery from the parking lot.

Offered will be 15-minute express sessions as well as 30-minute sessions that include professional make up. Details are available on the website.

Scott and his wife Patricia have implemented a number of policies and procedures related to COVID-19. Learn more.

Photo of Scott and Patricia courtesy of Scott Kline Photo (c) 2020

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Photographer Scott Kline explores Central California on a photo trip

On a recent swing through Central California, InMenlo contributing photographer Scott R. Kline packed a new piece of equipment, a  Canon EOS 5D Mark III. “I like to keep my photo equipment up to date,” he says, “and this model focuses a lot better than my Mark II. It really made a difference, especially in […]

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Celebration of InMenlo photographers at Scott Kline’s photo exhibit at Café Zoë

It was “all hands on deck” as InMenlo’s very talented photographers gathered at Café Zoë in Menlo Park this evening to salute photographer Scott Kline, whose photographs are on exhibit  through the end of May. In addition to solo portraits, Scott did a collage (of sorts) of the hundred or so photos he’s taken for InMenlo […]

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Photographer Scott Kline reviews 2012 in pictures

InMenlo has had the good fortune to have Scott Kline, who specializes in environmental portrait photographer, taking photos of the people we’ve featured on the site over the past two years. Recently he graduated from the Academy of Art University, completing his Master of Fine Arts. He recently put together a “year in review” showcasing […]

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Photographer Scott Kline reflects on the 10 Principles of Burning Man post this year’s event

Of the Ten Principles of Burning Man, my favorite may be Radical Self-Reliance. All the time people who have not attended think that Burning Man is a hippy fest. I think that it is closer to a libertarian fest. There are not handrails, monitors, safety warnings and thought police telling you what to do or […]

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Photographer Scott R. Kline’s road trip photos – a black and white perspective

The stay-at-home order for the Covid-19 epidemic really has me missing the road. So I brought home all my hard drives and started going through road trip photos from the past decade-plus, starting from the time I became a professional photographer in 2009 and began dragging my large image DSLR cameras with me on my […]

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Photographer Scott R. Kline explores how people are “facing time”

Some time after turning 50, InMenlo contributing photographer Scott R. Kline became a bit obsessed about living a long life, at least to 100 if not longer. He read local author Dr. Walter Bortz’s books [We Live Too Short and Die Too Long; Dare to Be 100] and in the course of his work both editorially […]

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Photographer Scott R. Kline offers tips on how best to photograph fireworks

Photographing fireworks can be a lot of fun. The best shots fill the frame up with the explosions. Below are two photos that show two ways to do it. The first photo shows fireworks last July 4th at the beach in Aptos, CA. Interestingly, these are private fireworks and stay fairly low to the ground. […]

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Photographer Scott R. Kline creates Headshot Day to give people a professional photo session

InMenlo contributing photographer Scott R. Kline is also a commercial photographer, working for businesses ranging from sole proprietors to Fortune 500 companies. He creates executive portraits, head shots, and photos of people plying their trade. Recently, fueled by the rapid growth of social media, particularly LinkedIn, Scott found a lot of customers wanting professional headshots. […]

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Photographer Scott R. Kline goes annually on a mission trip to Juarez, a time that stays with him heart and mind

“You are going to Juarez? Why? Isn’t it dangerous?” This is a typical response every year when we prepare to head to Ciudad Juarez Mexico to build houses, treat sick people, and work with our sponsored students. I can’t really blame people. One doesn’t hear much positive about Juarez. But it is a great experience […]

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Photographer Scott R. Kline takes us on a tour of Burning Man 2013

I went to Burning Man with a completely different goal this year, at least from a photographic point-of-view. In the past I created portraits of the participants. This year I only had three days and wanted to do something different. One of the 10 Principals of Burning Man is Radical Self Expression. This year I […]

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