Here’s my day two shot: Will and I kicking back at the end of the day last night after dinner. Trump rally was on.
When I heard that Euharlee Covered Bridge, a site very close to where I live, was haunted, I couldn’t wait to get some photos and show you all. I also knew that I really wanted to shoot in black and white and on film. Sadly, I have no ghost sightings to share, but I doContinue reading “Halloween Special: Photographing a local Haunt Bridge”
I am so excited to announced to you the first ever Photogvember! Every day…
I used to think Cartersville, GA had no street photography potential. I could not be more wrong!
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.
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”
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”