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 […]

Blood Moon Excitement

This celestial occurance coincides with the final night of my Advanced Creative Photography class. It is in this course that my students go from the default Evaluative light meter setting to the more precise Partial/Center-Weighted and Spot meters. The blood moon or total lunar eclipse will be a great opportunity for them to try their […]

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 […]

Creative Photo Field Trip Update

The field trip scheduled for tomorrow, August 17 will only be rescheduled if it is pouring down rain at 8AM. Rain date will be on Sunday, August 18 at 8AM in the same location. You can stay updated by following me here or my Facebook page (facebook.com/PGWilliamsonPhotography) or following me on Twitter (@pgwilliamson64). Feel free to […]

Depth of Field- It’s all in the numbers

One of the most interesting concepts artistically that my students want to achieve is called the Figure/Ground Principle. It is one of the Gestalt Principles. These principles were developed by a group of German psychologists in the 1920’s and determined how we perceived various visual stimuli. “Gestalt” means “unified whole” so in other words, it […]