Posted on May 9, 2016
A few photos taken Sunday at Jones Bridge Park in Norcross, GA. Still digging the Holga lens with sepia filter.
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Posted on April 11, 2016
I stopped by Tugaloo State Park today on my way back to North Carolina. Recently I’ve been working on a project where I shoot with a sepia filter. Today I took my camera out and decided to play a bit more with the filter on Tugaloo’s Sassafras Circle Trail. The photos have little to no post-processing. The sepia is perfect for conveying the feel of the morning light and highlighting the quirky lines of the trees both standing and fallen.
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Posted on April 13, 2015
Jones Bridge Park on a Sunday (yesterday) afternoon–full of kids exploring cold water and playing with abandon.