Looking Closely in Charleston, SC

Looking Closely in Charleston, SC

Last year, when I looked at my portfolio images for the year, I noticed that I had not spent as much time working with close-up photography as in previous years.  I decided that I needed to spend more time doing close-up photography this year as it is an area that I really enjoy.

During our recent Photo Tour in Charleston, SC, I was sure to focus

Trying Something New

Trying Something New

I have found that trying something new can help me grow on my path with expressing myself through photography.  The something new I am working to learn is taking pictures using a camera that has been converted to take infrared images.

I have been intrigued by

Just Keep Looking

Just Keep Looking

Whenever I go to a place to photograph, I want to find a unique way to show that place.  The internet is flooded with images.  We are bombarded with images daily.  I want to try to find a unique view of a well visited place.

This past week, during my Photo Tour, we revisited the majestic

Revisiting Favorite Places

Revisiting Favorite Places

One of the things I enjoy the most is revisiting favorite photography spots.  Each time I visit, I add to my collection of images from that location.  I find that every time I stretch myself to try to walk away with something new from that location.

By far, my favorite place to photograph in spring is

Fascinating Feathers

Fascinating Feathers

Ever since I have been photographing seriously, I have been fascinated with photographing feathers.  While I do not photograph entire birds very often and birds in flight even less, I love the close up shots of the intricate details of birds’ feathers.

One of my all time favorite images that I have captured is

Find Your People

Find Your People

This year was my son, Jeremy’s, first year of college.  My dear friend, Jennifer, and I were discussing college as I prepared myself for sending Jeremy for his first year.  In our conversation, Jennifer described college as a time to “find your people”.  Jennifer and I have been friends since college.  She is “my people” from college.

Sometimes it is not so easy to