Tag Archives: Savannah

The “After Show” Effect

After a few months of preparation for a photo exhibit at the #Andaz, I find myself suffering from what can only be described as a form of postpartum depression.   The show went well. The response was very positive, and … Continue reading

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The Devil is in the Details

As with so many things in life, the old saying does indeed hold true. “The Devil is in the details”. For the past 2 months or so, I have been preparing for a showing of my most recent photographic work. … Continue reading

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The REAL Image is Created in the Mind

When you are a photographer, you train your eye to see things differently. Some people see in graphic shapes, other are keenly aware of human emotions and other have the ability to see the world in shades of black and … Continue reading

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Follow Your Instincts. Gems to be Discovered!

It was a Friday afternoon, and I needed to get to the library to return a couple of items before the late fees kicked in. It was a beautiful day, blue skies and the sun shone brightly as I mounted … Continue reading

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What I Love About My Fuji X-E2

After a week or so of getting use to the camera, the button placement and the menus, I am now comfortable enough to go out with the camera and concentrate on the images rather than the camera. Thus far, the … Continue reading

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One Foggy Night in Savannah

After thoroughly enjoying the Ohio State University victory in the College Football National Championship game, I looked out the window to see that the City of Savannah, GA was fogged in. Thick as pea soup it lay like a blanket … Continue reading

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