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Smoky Mountains

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Waterfalls

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Thailand

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Hyatt Lane

Hyatt Lane

Hyatt Lane A shot of Hyatt Lane during the early phase of Spring 2014. My first time really being about to get out and take photos this year. Although I have gone out previously, my mobility at the time included only a few steps away from the car. This time however, I was able to…

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5 Ways to Improve Your Photography

5 Ways To Improve Your Photography

Everyone is looking for ways to improve your photography. But not everyone is ready for the advanced stuff. Here’s a list of a few articles I’ve written, that may help to improve your photography. 5 Ways to Improve Your Photography The Exposure Triangle – An Introduction to Digital Photography How To Photograph Fireworks How To…

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Spruce Flats Falls

before and after

Re-Evaluate So I was just going through my set of shots that I have in my “published” collection in Lightroom. This is a collection of images that I have uploaded online. While looking through those images, I came across one that just didn’t seem right. It was underexposed, and it just didn’t seem to fit…

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Spruce Flats Falls

Spruce Flats Falls

Spruce Flats Falls Shot last summer, with my buddy Jerry Denham, this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape of Spruce Flats Falls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again. Minor…

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Sirithan Waterfall

Sirithan Waterfall

Sirithan Waterfall Sirithan Waterfall is one of the many waterfalls in the Doi Inthanon National Park, outside of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The fall is about 130 feet high and was named by the Queen who came to visit the fall.