For years I have eagerly sought books, blogs, and a plethora of magazine articles on every sort of photography niche from nature to portraits. My latest read is John Shaw’s Guide to Digital Nature Photog
My family went to the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, GA not long ago. My family is well aware that my camera pretty much comes with me everywhere we go. So my tendency to irritate, annoy
The Silver Comet Trail runs about 60 miles in Georgia. The other day, I spent my lunch break on the stretch in Dallas, GA. It was a beautiful day and I wanted to get some sunshine and steps on my Garmin. If you want to connect, I’m SharonB22 on Garmin connect.
my technique was wrong. I had no composition. I had no understanding of what draws the viewers eye into my photos. My “art” was so full of distracting clutter, and my white balance was always just a little bit off.
Everyone needs rest every once in a while. We need rest from our work, responsibilities, stress, or illness. Artists are no different. Sometimes we need a chance to recharge our creative energies and that can happen by simply resting from our normal creative outlet and doing something else. There are lots of ways people likeContinue reading “4 Simple Ways to Rest and Recharge Your Creativity”
I did it! I made it to the summit and I didn’t die of heat stroke! In July, I hiked a portion of the west loop trail of Pine Mountain. This time, I paced myself and planned my hike for a slightly cooler time of day. I felt really discouraged that I had gotten soContinue reading “Return to Pine Mountain”
I actually did push myself harder than I should have that day, and I do believe that I did have heat exhaustion. But I still think it was worth it for one great shot.
As I introduce myself (check out “Who Am I?” if you haven’t already), I wanted to show you some of my favorite tools and equipment whether I am outdoors on a photo-hike or slumming at home. My DSLR camera is the most obvious, so I wont be starting with that, but you can check outContinue reading “My Favorite Photography Gear”
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that my family and I made a day trip down to Savannah and Tybee Island recently. I decided that for my birthday, I wanted a sunrise photo on the beach at Tybee Island. On sunday, we left straight from church and drive to Savannah whereContinue reading “Bucket shot on Tybee!”
I have posted some of my photography so far but I haven’t really done a detailed introduction. So here goes… Hello from Taylorsville, GA! Don’t know where that is? That’s ok, neither does anybody else. We are in farm country north of Atlanta. Lots of cows. And trees. Sometimes I can hear the donkey upContinue reading “Who Am I?”