Youtube Launch!

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!

Introduction Video

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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Marshland Daydream

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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Pups of the South

Puppy Shoot Extraordinaire…

I enjoy Photography. I love seeking out new and exciting places to photograph and document.  I also enjoy puppy’s, puppers, doggos, woofers and yappers.  So why not combine my two interest and participate in some local pup shoots?  My recent pup shoot endeavors lead me to photographing the most precious little pooch.  Her name is Vivian and she is a Corgi.  I met Vivian and her owner at the Savannah Yacht Club a week ago after scheduling my very first pup shoot!  The little Corgi was bouncing all over the place and reminded me of a little energetic bunny rabbit hopping from place to place.  The shoot was a blast!  I ended up increasing my shutter speed to 1/1000 just to try to keep up with the little ball of fur!  Rolling around in the grass taking close up pictures of a cute little pupster wasn’t a terrible way to spend the afternoon.  I ended up capturing some great shots and made a couple of new friends.

I am ready to get back out there and do some more shoots if anyone is looking to get some nice looking pictures of their pup.  I am tossing around the idea of expanding into doing cat shoots, but I am just more a dog person right now.  It is going to take some time.  In the meantime I hope you enjoy these pictures from my last couple of shoots and I look forward to hearing from you!

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Coming Soon… Cat Shoots?

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Sami the cat photographed by Still Nature Photography!

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“A Hidden Gem”

Isle of Hope, Georgia…

Has there ever been a place where you felt at rest?  Have you ever experienced such tranquility that the world dissipates slowly around you and time stops.  This is how I feel when visiting Isle of Hope’s Bluff Drive.  Located on the south side of Savannah the historic drive lies quiet beneath towering 200 year old oak trees, that would make anyone feel small.  Spanish moss dangles and sways in the gentle river breeze above you as you hear birds chirping all around. It is hard to navigate the historic drive because of all the wear and tear as you dodge pot holes and large cracks in the black concrete surface.  It is this rustic feel that gives this quaint drive so mu13ch character.  This is where I grew up and I revisit this place from time to time to both recapture old memories as well as create new ones.  Is there a place in your life that holds true to who you are and serves to be a special reminder of where you came from?  Please comment and share your personal experience and pictures of your special place in the comment feed below.  I’d love to hear from you.  Thanks as always for tuning in! Until next time friends.

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