I’m a landscape photographer by choice, I’m not what you would call outgoing, not exactly an introvert but not an extrovert either. So to walk up to a complete stranger and ask if I can snap a pic of them is a little daunting for yours truly. One of my challenges for this year is… Read More Comfort zones
Steam trains, there is just something about them. The nostalgia, the feeling of history associated with steam power. I started chasing trains with my dad when I was little. We would jump in the car and head to small town Georgia, which was any town outside of Atlanta, to see the trains pass thru. Dad… Read More Chasing steam….Steam Trains that is
Photography and music, for me it’s like peas and carrots, they just go together. Whether I’m out shooting or sitting at the computer post processing I’m usually listening to something, Journey, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Boston, B.B. King, you get the idea. I have found that music helps get my creative juices flowing and sets… Read More Photography and music
Las Vegas, the mere mention of this city conjures up visions of casinos and resorts lit up with brightly colored neon signs, glamorous stars and to some, even the mob. Our stay in Las Vegas was at the Golden Nugget as I wanted to experience “Old Vegas”, boy was I in for an experience, not… Read More Las Vegas, a photographers dream or nightmare?
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?