A mountain access road at the nearby national park in metro Atlanta. I liked how the break in the clouds gave me some creative freedom
Walking back from a hike on a mountain access road in North metro Atlanta, I could hear thunder start to rumble.
Imagine you are flying the Millennium Falcon, have your destination set for the Milky Way and are preparing for ludicrous speed.
My creative process is slow and unpredictable, with only a direction in mind, which is to begin. Sometimes a month or more will pass from the time I take a photo and I find an idea to play off of it. Such is the case with some midnight long exposure
Something that I loved about the trip to San Francisco in 2015, besides hanging out with friends, was the night photography. The world becomes a different place and it’s all a stage for light to do some really wicked cool things to capture !
It was back in August of 2015 that my dream to visit San Francisco became a reality. However even better was to
It was January of 2016 when I drove downtown to meet up with fellow photographers, Chris Kalmback and Bob Coates that were in Atlanta on travel. I had become a fan of Chris’ artistic B&W photography in The Arcanum and Bob was here to speak at a conference. After some lunch and getting properly caffeinated, we set out on the streets to explore the fray of Atlanta in the fog ! Plus I was super excited to see Chris and Bob in action.