John Kevin Cash served the community as a firefighter for both the Roswell Fire Department and the McDonough Fire Department. [NIKON D5, 14.0-24.0 mm f/2.8, Mode = Aperture Priority, ISO 200, 1/125, ƒ/8, (35mm = 14)]
Here is one of the best tips I can give you about your camera and lens choice. The relationship of the distance of the camera to the subject is how it feels to the audience.
My favorite lens to transport the audience to be right in the scene of the subject is the Nikon 14-24mm ƒ/2.8.
I love getting down low and close to let the terrain pull you into the shot.
I enjoy doing the “Hail Mary” shot from above to show someone in context like this group doing a selfie with the Chick-fil-A Cow.
I do try and keep people a little more centered than with other lenses to keep their heads not looking a little weird.
Great example of showing students learning up close with the teacher in the background.
You learn quickly in aerial photography that you want to be closer to the earth to see the details than too high up. The 14-24mm really let me do this hear and show Kennesaw Mountain in the distance of Blessed Trinity High School in Roswell, GA.
Chick-fil-A was giving away free ice coffee during the Kickoff in the Fan Zone. See how you see the product but in context?
The “First Bite” shot at all Chick-fil-A Grand Openings. This is the College Football Hall Of Fame location.
Dan Cathy always plays his Trumpet at the Grand Openings he attends with Revellie.
You are taken behind the counter of the fresh tray of sandwiches getting ready to be given away.
I love getting on children’s eye level and getting close.
Without the super-wide angle of 14mm you couldn’t get this shot.
Here is S. Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick-fil-A, doing the coin toss at the Chick-fil-A Bowl in 2012.
Dan Cathy with my daughter and her friend shaking the sand filled eggs.
This is about as close as you can get to a missed touch down pass.
Worm’s Eye View is just as interesting as a Bird’s Eye View.
The best intimate aerial photography is when you are close to the earth, like we are in this balloon shot.