End of Charleston Wkshop #1



Falling in line with the breath taking passage of time these days, this first full workshop flew by. After a private local event on Saturday, we begin our (full) software intensive workshop on Sunday. As stated in a previous post, photographing repeatedly in a great location will always yield new and different images.
Charleston 2015 workshops to be announced soon!! Watch this space!!

RE: the lead image, I’ve been trying to catch this guy for years, and this morning…fait accomplie’!!

After getting, what people may refer to, as “the shot(s),” we are free to shoot a little looser, trying different things and not worrying about anything but enjoying the outdoors. Isn’t that way we got into this in the first place? 

After another morning on a different part of Botany Bay (tomorrow EARLY!), I’ll be exploring new locations to take our next workshop group.

Following is a small gallery of images from the week:

The beginning optimization on most of images is a layer of Athentech’s Perfectly Clear! Check it out, along with many other discounts!!

Please check out our 2014 Visual Artistry workshop schedule, where we have only a few openings remaining!

Thanks for taking the time and we’ll see ya online!


p.s. If interested in Singh Ray filters, please call direct: 1-800-486-5501

8 Responses to End of Charleston Wkshop #1

  • Always good seeing you in the garden, Janusz!

  • Beautiful pictures Tony. Was nice to meet you and Susan again in Magnolia Garden. Greetings from New York, Janusz & Renata.

  • Love the drama of “Moss” :) I’m not sure why- a bygone age perhaps.

  • Wonderful! Awesome! “Yummy!’ So glad I ran into you in Charleston.ay images are inspiring and wish I had been able to make it to that location. After the trip to Death Valley with John Barclay, Dan Sniffin, and Cole Thompson, I bought a Singh-Ray 10 stop ND filter and have to learn how to use it. Your iRay image will push me to get with it…

  • Thanks much, guys….and don’t forget to take your medication!

  • @ Gary, yes, all Fuji XE2. @ Steve…it looks like we have a running rorschach test, here!

  • Are these all Fuji?

    In your 10 sec exposure I see a lion running full out left to right.

  • Tony,
    Maybe I post-process bait more than is wise – I see a guy sitting at his computer in the cloud of your 10 sec. exposure. He’s the right hand side of the cloud facing left. Okay, so his monitor is a bit weird looking, but…

    I think your shot Magnolia is a true Tony keeper!

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