“Birds of Florida” Wednesday and on Friday, camping in the 10,000 Islands where I’ll link to helpful local businesses in the area. In the meantime you’ll get an early look at photos from the trip with captions that will help you with similar scenes…Gordon.
…after all surveys show that the overwhelming amount of respondents consider them family members. Just like people, pets have their own quirks, “best sides”, and looks that make them what they are. That’s what you want to capture. So whether you’ve got a pet dog or other animal friend here are a few thoughts [...]
…and its always worth taking a picture when you find it. One of my favorite things to do in Florida is to jump in the car at first light and drive the back roads. That’s what was going on last Saturday when I entered the Copeland area via Jane’s Scenic Drive. The Baptist Church with [...]
… that’s one way to add a creative twist to photos. Digital photography has made it easier than ever to experiment with camera settings in an effort to create unique images. Here’s an old favorite technique: Create artistic blurs by dramatically slowing the shutter speed. To do this you must have a camera that allows [...]
A Facebook friend posted an impressive picture yesterday morning and that question came to mind so I asked. Realizing that same query has been posed to me countless times, I thought it might make a good topic and allow for an exchange of ideas now and in the future. Like most guys who shoot with [...]
If you operate a business chances are the advertising budget is tight. Why not take a moment to consider your peak traffic time and the mood or feel associated with the image you’d like to convey? Maximize the visual effect of your marketing dollars! For lots of local restaurants and other enterprises I can think [...]
As the saying goes, “you only get one chance to make a first impression.” On an architectural photography shoot in Port Royal recently that idea was fixed in my mind as I methodically circled the mansion’s exterior taking a series of photos and looking for that one which would make the prospective buyer just have [...]
Everyone who has been following SWFLOutdoorPhotography on Facebook and via my blog site knows that I’ve been working on a collection of nautically themed photos this week. Quite often I’m content with well composed shots best described as still life or silhouettes but last night I wanted to add some human content to the images. [...]