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Hi, welcome to my photography blog! I love capturing emotions and creating memories through the lens of a camera. Even as a small child, I always asked for a camera for my birthday, for Christmas, whenever I did really good on my report card, etc. but didn't get my first camera until high school. Back then, everyone used film cameras. After high school, I went on to pursue a double major in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering with an emphasis in Image Processing. Throughout college, I developed more of a passion for photography. I was always the person snapping pictures that would be used for our student organization's website or in the end of year slideshow. Also during college, I bought my first Canon 35mm Film SLR and the joy of photography really set in. I am not operating as a business yet. Right now, this site will serve as a place holder until I do eventually open for business. I will also use this to post some sample images and describe the process I went through I to get that image or image set. As much as I enjoy taking photographs, I also enjoy teaching others about photography. If you like my work and would like to talk to me about photographing something for you, please contact me.

Photo-A-Day: December 29, 2009
Bearden Bulldog Jaeland Lawson takes to the air as Central High’s Zeek Holden tries to defend in the championship game of the Super 16 Tournament at Bearden High School.

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Photo-A-Day: December 28, 2009
Just another day at Cades Cove… Why use a pull-off when you can just stop in the middle of the road? (I used the empty one to the right so I could stop and get out a super-telephoto to get the shot in the lower left.)

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Photo-A-Day: December 27, 2009
So what they really mean when they list the hours as:
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tue.-Sat., 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sun., and closed Mon. Closed the month of Jan.
and you show up at 3:55pm on a Sunday the 27th of December is that since it is after Christmas, it’s practically January, so we’re closed.

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