TTV camera


    Click Here To Learn More –   One of my all time favorite images! Though, many of my images are true TTV images, many are not. There are times when you just can’t get the desired angle with your TTV camera and the only option is to use your DSLR and edit later. With this image, I did just that! I love the how the “TTV framing” adds character to the image. The “fuzzy” /foreground/background (depth of field) gives the impression that a vintage camera …

Holding You…


… down a bit with a white overlay and changed to opacity so you could still see the long stairs. Another thing that I came upon, was my TTV border got lost in the borders of the b/w image. So I pulled it out from the image border and framed the whitish overlay to bring focus to the image and TTV border. Try something different , even with your editing software! But as always I encourage you to get out in the field with your TTV camera! Something I need to do more of in the future. …

       Click Here To Learn More –  Image taken along the Charleston Harbor. There is so much around us in this world. Take time to look around and find different ways to use your TTV camera!  It may just be of the mundane, but TTV photography can give your image unique character.  I will have people talking about your work and asking, “How did you do that?” …

Chainlink



     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- How often do you LOOK UP? I think in this fast-paced, technology driven world, we either look straight forward or were looking DOWN at our SMART PHONE DEVICES!  For me, this is true, I look at my phone a lot and I’m trying so hard to disconnect to devices like such. As a photographic artist I do get out and about with my bulky camera and TTV contraption to capture what we pass by everyday, because were looking down! I just happen to be looking down my TTV …

Looking Up: Grandin Lights




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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