Galleries Are Here!


The Gallery pages are coming online!

Sunrise on Folley Beach, Light painting on the driftwood with a white LED light! Very LONG Exposure...

 

On the top menu of the blog you will find several pages listed across the top.  The one labeled Galleries is actually a series of drop down menus which will let you select several organized image galleries containing my favorite work from over the years.  So far, I have 4 galleries populated but will be expanding over this month to around 15.  Please stop by for a visit and come back often to see the changes there!

I hope that you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed creating them!  They cover about 15 years of my work since living in the Low Country of South Carolina and cover about 19 different states and 6 different countries! I even have some high speed water drop photography thrown in as good measure.

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A Few Infrared Images


A Few Of My Favorites…

Infrared Photography has had a life changing effect on my photography.  It has caused my creative juices to be re-charged!  I cannot get enough of it and to that end I find that I take hundreds of Infrared images to each single color image!  I find Infrared Photography to be emotionally charged in a way that takes my breath away!  I hope that you agree!

 

On a recent trip to Greece I visited the Temple Of Poseidon where the sky and storms work to my advantage to produce this moody image!

Temple Of Poseidon, Faux Color Infrared

The Temple Of Poseidon, B&W Infrared

An image from Brookgreen Gardens.  Sometimes the unprocessed image straight out of the camera can be be very stunning and full of emotional impact!

Brookgreen Gardens Reflection, Unprocessed Infrared

A garden gate in Brookgreen Gardens, Faux Color Processed!

Brookgreen Gardens Gate, Faux Color Infrared

Shrimp Boats in Georgetown, SC, Faux Color Infrared.  I like the Yellows and Pinks in this one!

Carson Elizabeth In Georgetown, SC, Faux Color Infrared

This B&W  image of the wheel house and bell of a shrimper is one of my favorite Infrared images of all time!

The Wheel House Bell, B&W Infrared

I am very passionate about my Infrared Photography and tend to take 100 Infrared images to each color image! I have several WEB sites dedicated to Infrared Photography but my best one is listed below!

For a more detailed discussion of my infrared work please visit my Infrared BLOG