TTV images


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



Our favorite vacation spot is Charleston, SC. I love the vibe and culture of this city! It is so historic and very photogenic! At every turn, there is something to photograph. From the character of every garden gate, the bustling people of the city market, row houses full in color, and the clickity-clack of the horses going down the street. This is a prime location to test out and capture TTV images! Interested in getting a ttv print of “Charleston Ride”? click here. …

TTV Image: Charleston, SC



    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…


Nope! I didn’t forget to finish cropping my image! Using TTV images and even the “fake” ones can really send a message, look or feel to what you want to convey. In this instant, I was just actually playing with an image I already had and tried something different. Two things, I wanted to highlight the quote and my little boys running to the top of the steps. So with the image being black and white, the steps and grass get a bit busy for the eye to read the text. So I calmed it …