You don't take a photograph, you make it. --Ansel Adams
follow the light
Waterfalls, streams, rivers, or basically anything that gets wet is one of my favorite subjects to shoot. You can go to the same place a hundred times and there will be new things that you'll find to shoot. I never get tired of vising Mother Nature's many wonders. With waterfalls, I try to remember Joe McNally's rule "Don't pack up your camera until you've left the location"
ROCK CITY BARNS
This is my second most loved thing to discover and document where they are located and the condition they are currently in. I also love to find other barns with advertisements on those also. These grand old barns will soon be in the past. As Dorothea Lange stated "Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still."
I love to take images of broad vistas and then refine the view to a unique closeup of Mother Nature's beauty. I strive to work the view and discover the hidden views that one can only find by looking close and seeing small parts of the big picture. As Ansel Adams stated, " A good photograph is knowing where to stand!"
Looking for a Photography Club?
I'm a member of the Photographic Society of Chattanooga, and if you are a photographer living in the Chattanooga vicinity then you are invited to check us out and become a member.
For More info go to: Chattanooga Photo Club
NATURE - Cheaper Than Therapy!
There is nothing like wakening early to go out with good friends and spend the day capturing the beauty of our surroundings. Every mountain top is within our reach if you just keep climbing.