Providence Canyon

Providence Canyon, known as the Grand Canyon of Georgia, is an absolutely gorgeous moderate hike a ways south of Columbus. It’s about 150 feet deep, which makes for lots of altitude changes along the way. I think these pictures speak for themselves. This is probably a trip you’ll want to make. Not pictured: gnats galore.…

Sweetwater Creek State Park

On a short retreat from the city last Saturday, my brother and our friend hiked through the Sweetwater Creek State Park. This beautiful trail tightly hugs the stream just west of the city of Atlanta. The calming sound of the creek and low grade terrain made for a very relaxing stroll while soaking up the peaceful…

Model Shoot – Lexi

Last Thursday I was given the opportunity to shoot the lovely Lexi. This made for both my first experiment in model photography and hers in modeling, which resulted in plenty of outtakes and bursts of laughter. Over all, I think we got some really great pictures in Old Fourth Ward Park.  That being said, I…

Oakland Cemetery

An old friend from my Colorado days stopped into town, so what else were we to do but stroll through the cemetery? I’d never taken the time to appreciate some of the details within.  With minimal foot traffic, it was an extremely peaceful walk which I would highly recommend.

Behind The Skyline

If you’ve ever seen a picture of the Atlanta skyline, it’s probably been from the Jackson Street bridge. The perfectly squared up view of Peachtree from directly over the Freedom Parkway ramps is nothing short of iconic. I haven’t posted a picture of it yet, so I decided to get one last week. It turns out…

Puppies at Work

The lovely people at Paws Atlanta brought some of their puppies they’ll be adopting soon to The Lumberyard to socialize a bit. People immediately began flocking out of their office to get some quality one on one time with the pup of their choosing. Hearts were melted and productivity was shot. I had the pleasure of snapping…

Long Exposure and B&W Studies

Finally got my hands on a decent tripod and my first subject is the skyline at night. It’s given me the opportunity to play around with extremely narrow apertures and long exposure times. No more grainy shots. I also included a bonus shot I took of the Henry Grady statue at a red light on…

Spring is here!

The arrival of spring means a plethora of vibrant photos are coming! Unfortunately, the recent cold snap sapped away all the warm weather we were having. Fortunately, manmade colors can thrive in the cold. Here’s a bit of a warm up for spring!

New Site, New Focus

After an extended hiatus from my website, I’m back baby! In my journey from being a student to becoming a working professional, I lost touch with the hobbies I was able to share on the web. After a few life and lifestyle changes starting this year (I’ll spare you the details), new determination and clarity…