Month: November, 2009

Horizon on Fire

November 4, 2009

This photograph was captured on a trip to California, outside my hotel room.

I’ll let nature speak for itself on this one.

horizon-on-fire

Horizon on Fire · November 4, 2009 · 4:47 am · Nature · Add Comment

We’re banishing Naked Prints!

November 4, 2009

In the past, I have made my dislike of naked prints known. Too many photographs simply end up in a shoe box. I believe a photograph worth having is worth displaying! This philosophy has led us to the following decision:

If you purchase a photograph from us, It comes framed.

Our prices include framing of the photograph. If you absolutely want the print by itself, our frames are easy to take apart.

At Southern Photographic Images, we want you to proudly display your photographs for everyone to see. This is simply our way of making it easier to do so.

Savannah Firemen

November 3, 2009

This photographs was captured during a walk around Savannah. As we were walking by a station house, two firemen were sitting down, taking a break.

As he was discussing life as a fireman, the passion and excitement Kenneth has for his job shines through.

savannah firemen

Savannah Firemen · November 3, 2009 · 3:27 pm · Street Photography · Add Comment

Dewy Rose | Beaufort Photography

November 2, 2009

I noticed this Rose as I was walking towards the Methodist Church Bazaar.

The morning was unusually cold, and it caused the dew to stay on much later than usual.

dewy-rose

Mr. Johnathan – Surveying his domain

November 1, 2009

Every photographer has their own unique style. At Southern Photographic Images, we try to create interesting image that convey a story.

For me, this particular image evokes the feel of a captain of industry looking over his factory. It speaks to me of power and determination.

johnathan - Looking over his domain

You might interpret the image totally differently and not care for it at all. That’s the beauty of art. Each individual perceives an image uniquely. That’s why I don’t give much weight to art critics.

On the other hand, it points to the importance of talking with your photographer about what you want to show in your image. If you want a fun photo, but you get glamour head shots, you might be disappointed. While the images might be technically great and beautiful, it’s not what you were looking for.

Have a discussion with your Photographer before hand.