On April 13th I went to Glen Helen Nature Preserve with one of the many photo groups I belong to. The goal, wildflowers.
As always when hiking or really just leaving the roadway I took the handheld GPS with me. This serves several purposes: Help me find the vehicle if I were to get lost or come back a different trail, and it helps me to know exactly (well close enough) as to where I took the photo.
Notice below I brought up the screen on the GPS showing the exact time. This will help if so if the camera’s clock is off I have a photo of the time that it should read (so I can shift the capture time).
Now remember I said this was APRIL 13, 2019…. Notice what date it says…. yeah neither did I until I got home. This was a software issue with this model of Garmin GPS, it required an update and me to manually change the date in the tracklogs so I could use the data. Continue reading “No picking the wildflowers”
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- Photos of events and clients that I have shot – Click Here
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So on June 18, we did our first studio shoot!
The studio is amazing, it is awesome!!! There is no way I would ever be able to afford to setup my own place to shoot, especially seeing as I would have to be booked every waking hour to be able to make any money doing it.
Check out these videos that I shot while we were there.
This is a quick walk around of Studio A that we shot in, there are 3 studios and each are different in their own way too.
These are some of the finished photos:
Here are some shots from our first trip to the Great Smoky Mountains in 2013.
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