I have decided to start a Youtube Channel. Still Nature Photography Youtube Link . This is an alternate way to reach viewers and supporters through a means of online video content creation. I want to give the viewer a first person perspestive at life behind the lens at Still Nature Photography. I also hope to created some videos that are educational to both novice and expert photographers. I want to connect with people on a personal level, and give my supporters another means in which to connect with my photography business. Creating a Youtube channel was not only necessary, but served as the ultimate tool to create a professional and personal relationships with my support base. Please take a look at my channel and subscribe to be the first to view new video releases and upcoming projects. Feel free to contact me below if you had any new video ideas, I am really looking forward to hearing your input and suggestions. In the meantime sit back and relax and enjoy my Youtube page!
A dramatic “video short” depicts life on Tybee Island before the arrival of an approaching storm. I feel that it is always best to travel by bicycle on this barrier island. The Island is quite small, I usually pack up all my camera gear and load up on my beach cruiser when I venture out to shoot videos or capture photos.
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I stalked this heron at low tide on Tybee Island Georgia. I found it to be an extremely peaceful scene with the birds chirping, the marsh grass swaying and the gentle tide rising. It made for a surreal location for one of my favorite shorts thus far. I hope you enjoy this video short entitled Marshland Daydream!
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I took these two pictures at separate times in my career. The one on the left portrays pidgins flocking in unison off the South end of the Tybee Island Pier and the one on the right was taken at the Savannah Wildlife Refuge north of the South Carolina/Georgia border. I found these two photos while searching through old galleries and I decided to create a blog post using the two in tandem.
There are numerous connections that can be made between nature and our everyday lives. Life is social. We depend on one another for support in hard times as well as bond together at times of joy and exuberance. It is a quest really. We strive to find greatness as a group when challenged as a whole and also find ourselves venturing out on our own to search for a sense of identity and attempt to create our own path. Both behaviors are equally as important in both nature and everyday life. As for the Avian Species depicted above, it is a struggle to survive day in and day out. It is hard not to marvel at all life that surrounds us. The tenacity of a flock of pidgins tossing around in a fierce wind or a lone turkey vulture scrounging, searching tirelessly for its next meal. What are some times you have felt challenged? What sort of mentality do you use on a day-to-day basis? I hope this short article gave you a little Monday motivation… Thanks for tuning in and I look forward to writing more this upcoming week!
Calling all photographers! Think you have an eye for photography? Think you got what it takes to climb the charts and win big? Still Nature Photography is starting photo contest to kick off the summer of 2017! All you have to do is either follow the link below and submit or tag an Instagram photo with the hashtag #summerisherestill for a chance to win the ultimate prize of one canvas print courtesy of Still Nature LLC (Canvas Print Depicted Below).
(Copy and Paste this link into browser to submit your favorite Summer is here still photo!)
The contest is an ongoing contest and will end on June 28th at 5pm! I want your photos to really capture what summer means to you. Submit special photos of past summer memories as well as new ones, and don’t forget to tag the photo with #summerisherestill. I wish everyone the best of luck. I am looking forward to seeing your photos and maybe even gaining a little inspiration of my own as we begin the summer season!
“Photo by Still Nature Photography Taken with iphone 6s”
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I decided to start an Etsy Shop! Developing and organizing my photography portfolio this summer has been a ton of fun, but it got me thinking. I wish there was a way to market my brand and at the same time create a tangible good that would draw connections between my followers and places that are unique and memorable. I decided to simplify. I ended up picking the Tybee Island Lighthouse as a subject for my new endeaver because it is a symbol, a symbol of the great history of the low country and the rustic feel that ultimately captured the true essence of my company’s vision. My Etsy shop would start off as a simple idea and would later expand into a variety of products, but I needed a starting point and that starting point would be the Tybee Island Lighthouse! I have experimented with handcrafted coasters in the past and have had a great amount of success with this process. I started building my inventory and quickly expanded to creating a variety of different products including custom magnets, ornaments and 5 x 7 matted photos. Thus an Etsy Shop was born out of thin air and I am hoping it serves to be a great complimentary shop to my already existing online presence. I already have some new projects in the works and am very excited to release them. So far my experience with Etsy has been eye-opening and a great challenge to say the least, but I can’t wait to learn and grow with each coming day! Thanks for tuning in once more. I hope this post was insightful for those looking to follow in my footsteps and start an Etsy shop of their own. I say go for it! You will be joining a great community of free-spirited, creative and unique individuals. Take a glance at my website listed below and I will look forward to keeping you posted. Thanks again for tuning in!
I am starting a week to week Blog. I am hoping to connect on a personal level with the people who support and follow my story!
Inspirational quote of the day : “Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact.”- William James