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 & […]

Leon delays classes

The results of winter storm Leon created many school closings for the last few days. Georgia Southern was one of those and caused the delay of the Digital Imaging Basics class on Tuesday night. The class will officially start tonight with the second class taking place next week. Creative Photography will begin next week on […]

Bonaventure Adventure in HDR

In a recent conversation with a fellow photographer, we were discussing the over-use of HDR or high dynamic range photography. His description of HDR is “cartoonish” and in most instances I would agree. HDR toning can be applied in a variety of ways. but the basic application is essentially taking 2-3 exposures or brackets of […]

Early Birds

I was not the only early bird this morning inspired by the crisp fall weather. Several painters scattered along Laurel Hill Scenic Drive at the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. Although it has been some time since my last visit to the refuge, I was thrilled to be back. It was too cool for ‘gators but […]

Classes Confirmed

Received the proverbial “thumbs up” today. My classes are confirmed through Georgia Southern’s Continuing Education department here in Savannah. Classes will include Digital Photography, Creative Photography, Advanced Photography, Portraiture and Photoshop. Check out their website for more information and to register:

2010 Asian Festival on SMN Fabulous and creative slideshow from Savannah Morning News photographer Carl Elmore. I worked with Carl for many years at the SMN and got the chance to catch up on all that is going on. I miss all the excitement of being a photojournalist. I never needed coffee to wake up when I moved to […]