In 1900, “Georgia’s Titanic” occurred. A passenger train carrying 49 souls crashed into a raging Camp Creek in McDonough, GA. This is the beginning of a photography project commemorating the 120th anniversary of the wreck.… Read More “Breakfast in Atlanta or in Hell”: Photographing the “Highlander” #7
I had a little time after work today to scout The Ridge Nature Area.… Read More Scouting The Ridge Nature Area
To overcome a disappointing shoot, I took my own advise, and I converted my photos to black and white.… Read More Well, This Didn’t Turn Out Right: Snow Photo Fail
I learned a valuable lesson after both of those shoots – if they don’t turn out the way you wanted them to then convert them to black-and-white!… Read More If it doesn’t turn out right, convert it to black and white…
“Why do you always carry your camera with you?” asked my son.
“You never know what you will see along the way,” I responded.… Read More Why do you always carry your camera with you?
. . . Sometimes less-than-perfect pictures happen – and it’s sometimes not your fault! … Read More It might not be your fault…
A colleague at work mentioned that there is a nice creek with nice moving water at Line Creek Nature Area in Peachtree City, Georgia. It was an overcast day, so I took advantage during lunch to run down to the creek. It is just a little over a mile from my office. Here is a… Read More Nature Shoot – Line Creek