The Roswell Presbyterian Church Youth take the Child Development Association kids for a day of fun at the Chattahooche Nature Center located
This past week I was in Chicago for the grand opening of the first Urban downtown location for a Chick-fil-A. So many
This is called a “High Key Portrait” because of the white background. The toughest part of doing “High Key Portraits” is getting
When you have groups space the people so that if you have a second row they are staggered in between the front
I prefer food looking like it is in the home or location and not in a studio I was on a shoot
Waco YMF Biplane Years ago, I found myself in some pretty small areas. While photographing research labs, I was photographing what felt
There are a couple things a photographer must think about when it comes to their clothing: 1) comfort and 2) pockets. Tropical
Toyota 2007 Sienna that I own. Getting to and from assignments is very important. You need a reliable vehicle in this industry
Some of the planes flying in formation This weekend I went to the Good Neighbor Day Open House Airshow at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport.
What will I blog about today? Then the idea comes. Often I have had a lot of ideas that I could easily
There are a lot of events in the Atlanta area to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the book Gone with the Wind.
Here you can see my first major tornado that hit my last semester in college at East Carolina University. I started my
Take you camera with you this holiday–you will be glad you did and sorry if you left it at home. While many
Lighting cube shot with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5. It triggers the studio strobes with it’s built in flash. The pre-flash fires and sets
Getting low not only gave a different perspective, but let me tie the people in the foreground to the signage in the
You can see the blur in the volleyball even with strobes being used due to the 1/250 sync limitation. TTL Flash offers