Seven Islands Birding Park – With barely more than 400 acres, it is still a photographic treasure.
One subject, one composition…35 images and the only thing that changes is the light.
The prefix “Di” (meaning two) is used to indicate that these are in-camera double exposures.
White curtains photographed under varying lighting conditions using in-camera multi exposure yield a surprising variety of color and luminosity. These images are intended to be printed full frame and displayed individually or in pairs, hung from a curtain rod.
Sullivan’s Island – Sometimes the beach just looks better when it’s square.
Flowers frozen in ice and photographed to reveal the delicate floral structure in contrast to the hard texture of the ice.
The subtle simplicity of the water, beach and sky of the South Carolina coast.
Multiple exposures used to reveal another level of truth in nature.
Floral images stripped of their defining color and reduced to their compositional essence.