Finding great composition in St. Augustine Florida is an easy task as one drives along the shores of the Atlantic or the inter-coastal waterway. When I found the “perfect shot” earlier this month, it was from a roadway bridge. As is generally the case, bridge shots typically involve having to deal with the obtrusive power [...]Continue Reading →
To experience the making of marine photography under the sea, visit the South Florida Museum in Bradenton on March 7. On that day the museum is hosting a program by National Geographic Photographer Charles “Flip” Nicklin. Nicklin will be discussing his long career of capturing marine life in its native environment.
The museum is also the home of [...]Continue Reading →
As I peruse the pages of the many periodicals and books on photography that I enjoy, I continually find myself amazed and inspired by the quality of work so many are able to produce.
A camera in the hand of a person with vision and the technical skills to portray that vision becomes an artistic [...]Continue Reading →
One fascinating aspect of our humanity is that no two of us are exactly alike. We all look different, sound different, and we walk with a different gait. When trying to mimic the behavior, mannerisms, and vocals of another even the most accomplished ventriloquist among us will come short of a complete and absolute reproduction. [...]Continue Reading →
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