I have officially moved into the world of mirrorless cameras with a Sony A7ii and I’m loving every click of the shutter. Why did I move to the Sony and away from my beloved Canon platform? Well gentle reader it’s like this, features, weight (or lack thereof), and quality for the price, it’s that simple.… Read More The move to Sony
Greenbrier in the Great Smoky Mountains… Read More Greenbrier in the Smoky’s
I, along with other photographers I know, are always asked “why do you go back to the same place over and over again?” The answer is a simple one, “because it’s never the same!” Case in point, the Jackson Street Bridge in downtown Atlanta is arguably the best known location to photograph some of the… Read More Why do we go back?
Sweetwater Creek State Park is home to the New Manchester Mill, or I should say the ruins of the New Manchester Mill since it was destroyed by the Union Army during the War Between The States. Following the red blazed trail from the visitors center, the hike to the ruins is an easy half mile… Read More Sweetwater Creek State Park
Raven Cliff Falls in the N. Georgia mountains, is just a few minutes from the Alpine Village of Helen. This roughly 5 mile hike (in/out) is what I’d consider to be a moderate hike due to the rough nature of the trail. Lots of roots and stumps to be careful of and a few scrambles… Read More On the trail to Raven Cliff Falls
Three Horses in Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Early one February morning I journeyed to Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains armed with my new Sony a6000 and just the 16-50mm kit lens, a couple of filters, and my tripod to see how I liked the new mirrorless wonder I’d… Read More Three Horses