Summer class

Savannah Photographers, join me this summer for another great photography class in the field. “Using Light to Shape Your Photographs” will include ambient and artificial light to create better compositions and more visually exciting images. Learning how light makes your composition pop! Classes will be Saturday mornings from 9-11 AM on July 22, 29 & […]

Big surprises for Georgia botanical lovers

The main garden is located behind the administration building called Burnett Hall. It encompassed areas on both sides with a evergreen graden, and many floral varieties. The walkways of the main quadrangle are lined with greenery, flowers and trees as well. The International Garden has a serene pagoda style structure with a small fountain, benches […]

Nesting woodstorks and egrets a wonderful experience

https://flic.kr/p/nnG5Ue May is a wonderful time at Harris Neck NWR. Woody Pond is the home of nesting woodstorks and great egrets. Throughout the refuge there are also other sites- baby alligators, anhinga, red-winged blackbirds, white ibis and even hummingbirds. To see stills from the field trip, visit my G+ or Flickr pages. 🙂  

Savannah photographic field trips

Savannah has a vast variety of playgrounds for photographers. If wildlife photography is your passion, there are many refuges, sanctuaries and state parks within an hour’s drive or less. The images here are from a recent trip to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, located just over the Savannah River on SC Highway 170. There are […]

Applying the Zone System in Color

My private Advanced Creative Photography class met this morning for their second field trip. Applying the Zone System with color was a bit harder becuase we do not tend to see tonal value as we look at a colored object. The use of a color zone chart helped them to see how hues can changed […]

Creative Photo field trip update

The Creative Photo field trip to Emmet Park/Upper Factors Walk scheduled for Saturday, February 8, 2014, will begin at 8:00 AM as planned. If there is rain we will go down to the covered portions of Factors Walk/River Street. Don’t forget your tripod, camera manual and plastic bags.