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In my last post I mentioned the flooding here in my area of Virginia. It seems somewhat minor to what is happening in the Palmetto State of South Carolina. I think the people in Columbia didn’t think it would happen since they live instate and away from the coast.  The palmetto in the pic above was taken on Sullivan’s Island, SC. I just love the perspective and the unique repetition or pattern of the bark. Using the TTV Contraption was easy to maneuver and get the shot I desired for …

Palmetto State


Let’s face it, some of us wish we could have an “endless summer” while others jump right into fall and all it has to offer. These TTV images were actually shot in October in the warm temperatures of coastal South Carolina. Out last day of our getaway trip for our anniversary I saw a lot of activity on the opposite side of the pier. There was a surf competition going on! A perfect time to capture some great images! These images are available in my shop as a set and as singles. …

TTV: Surfers


    Click Here To Learn More –  What a dynamic shot! I guess I am bias because it’s my own! Over the years we have spent many vacations down in Charleston, SC. As many times as I have crossed this bridge, this has got to be one of my favorite shots! The lines and symmetry play so well with the perspective. It’s as if the tension cables are coming from the sky.  My plans for this image are to make an engineer print of this and attach it to a large canvas for my living room! …

“Sky Tension”



   Click Here To Learn More –  So there’s a story behind the abandoned blue barn In Michigan.  In years past, we would travel to Michigan to visit my husband’s side of the family. We would take our regular route and once we got closer we could choose paved or dirt road, but either would eventually lead to a dirt road. So my husband took the paved road, which we never really took, but it was rainy, and we hoped to avoid as much mud as possible. As always, I …

Blue Barn


     Click Here To Learn More- TTV photography has a lot to do with perspective. With today’s digital cameras, most of the time we have the camera close up to our eye and looking forward. We move our body and sometimes contort it to get the right shot. A TTV camera blends “old school” cameras with today’s digital cameras. Looking down into the bubble glass finder with a digital camera takes little coordination, but can be challenging finding the right …

A Palmetto Perspective


Click Here To Learn More – There is always something great to capture in Charleston, SC.  I am always looking for unique angles to give my images a  different look. Instead of standing across the street and getting a boring, head on shot from a distance; I decided to get closer with  my TTV Camera and stand in the Street! With the help of my husband as he kept an eye out for traffic, I was able to pull off this shot with a great perspective and that TTV character!   …

The Riviera



  Click Here To Learn More –  My husband and I always try to get away for our Anniversary. We find ourselves drawn to the water ; the ocean is our “go to” for relaxation. It was our last day in the Isle of Palms, and I went out to the beach with my ttv camera in hand. To my surprise there just happen to be a surf competition going on. I had such a great time capturing the scene, the action and awesome still shots! …

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