Sunday, September 27, 2015

Poof! The Magic Dragon Fingers

The following three images are from The Harvest Hoopla, held at my 
church every October. All the kiddo's dress up and come to play games and 
win candy.This little guy is a ferocious dragon...well, he's in there somewhere. 
I'm thinking that his fingers taste better than the candy he's snarfed. I used my
Sony A1A with my Sony telephoto lens. Shutter speed: 1/60; Aperture: f-2.6.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Minnie Mouse Is in the House!

Minnie Mouse had no problem with being coy or posing
for me. She loved the camera! I shot her with my Sony
A1A SLR camera and my Sony 70-300 telephoto lens.
Shutter speed: 1/125; aperture: 2.6.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

If I Were King of the Forest...

This little fellow doesn't appear to be having much fun.
I shot this, as the others, with my Sony A1A and
on-camera flash. Shutter Speed: 1/60; Aperture: f/2.6.

Sunday, July 5, 2015

"This is a Man's World"

I did this photo and art collage for the First Annual James Brown Festival in Augusta, Georgia.The different images included are: The Three Soul Sisters, a scanned, enhanced-
in-Photoshop,45-speed record, a scanned photograph of James Brown as a young singer, which was posterized in Photoshop, and repeating type that says, "HOT HITS." I didn't win the art contest, but I learned a lot working on this piece!

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

The Cehk! The Cehk!

(That's "Cake" to those of you who don't know "Father and the
Bride" with Martin Short)...This particular cake belongs to Kristen
who has married Mojahed. Today is their wedding reception.
I shot this with my Sony A1A camera, using the daylight
coming through the windows. Shutter speed: 30; f-stop: 6.3.


Meet Kristen and Mojahed, the Bride and Groom.
They're standing out on her grandmother's front
porch, to greet their guests. I used my Sony A1A
 to get this shot. Shutter speed: 125; f-stop: 4.5.

Bride and Friends

Kristen and her girlfriends stop chatting long enough for me
to get their picture together. I was able to utilize ambient light
for this shot. Shutter speed: 1/9: f-stop: 4.0.