Strange Times Indeed

For my whole life, maybe because of science fiction movies or because I’m from the generation who got under their desks at school to be ‘protected’ from an atomic bomb, I assumed that the world would end in a bright white flash. That’s if you were lucky. If you weren’t so lucky, you’d spend your …

Brownell Memorial Park

I had the oppurtunity to visit the Bell Tower at Brownell Memorital Park recently. The park was closed (even though according to the sign, it shouldn’t have been). That doesn’t stop a drone from getting in. Just another advantage of having a UAV. Brownell Memorial Park is a 9.5 acre park in a natural setting …

How to Develop Your Photographer’s Eye

I’m hardly an expert on this topic. In fact, to be honest, I’m hardly an expert on any topic related to photography. I do, however, have several years of experience in photography and have seen what works… and what doesn’t. The real issue with this topic is that there are just so many photographic disciplines …

Hike Into History

If you are local to New Orleans, there is something that you probably don’t know. While the city is home to a world class WWII museum, there are other relics from World War II that aren’t as easily experienced. In a city named; Belle Chasse rests 10 WWII era ammo bunkers! All that required to …

Photography’s Most Important Ingredient​

In a few recent articles, I discuss some of the technical details of photography. Aperture, ISO, shutter speed and other details are outlined. However, there’s one very important ingredient that can’t be learned from a photography book or even fully understood in a classroom envirorment. The ingredient that I’m talking about is patience. If you’ve …