The Story of the Lens and the Speedlite

The Story of the Lens and the Speedlite
This is one of my favorite images from my brother’s wedding in Houston. It captures the emotion of the event perfectly; and the movement of the falling flower pedals adds just the perfect touch. However, despite the amount I planned for this event, only God could have set this one up. A week before the wedding, I... Read More »

Rechargeable Batteries

Rechargeable Batteries
I wondered what the advantages are to having AA batteries vs. a battery pack, especially when traveling overseas. –Barbara First off, whether you are in the States or traveling abroad, you still need to recharge your batteries somewhere. As long as you have the appropriate converter, it doesn’t matter what kind of... Read More »

I’m Back!

I’m Back!
It’s hard to believe I’ve been unable to post for over two weeks! With very little Internet access during the trip to Houston for my brother Robert’s wedding, we returned home to find that our Internet here at home was out for another week due to an electric storm. Praise the Lord it’s working again. For now, to pick... Read More »

Looking for an Overlook

Looking for an Overlook
Just outside of Knoxville, an overpass crosses Interstate 75 at the top of a very large hill. Because I had been on the road for several hours, I decided to take the exit, stop on the overpass and see if it was high enough to see the mountain ranges in the surrounding area. Yes, it was high enough, but there wasn’t... Read More »

Pic of the Month: May ’11

Pic of the Month: May ’11
Appalachian Sunset Have you ever become frustrated with imperfect equipment during an otherwise perfectly wonderful photoshoot? During my recent trip through the Blue Ridge mountains I experienced these feelings as I attempted to shoot the beautiful scenery along the charming route. Early on in the day, it wasn’t a... Read More »

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