Fall is here and we are busy again, after a summer filled with family visits and winding up some major projects. Our photography hikes have resumed at Brooker Creek Preserve in Tarpon Springs, FL. We lead a photo hike the last Saturday of most months, check their website for details.
We are free-lance photographers located in Central Florida. As Florida Master Naturalists, and Certified Interpretive Guides (National Association of Interpretation) we started our business with nature photography. Our love of hiking, birding, and camping means nature photography continues to be a large part of our work, but we have expanded into travel, special occasion, and fine art photography.
We exhibit occasionally and sell our images at select retail locations. Our photography is also used in our nature and photography programs, and our photography and writing have been published both locally and nationally.
Please browse our site and our blogs listed below. If you want to contact us for more information, or to ask a question about photography, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our blogs:
Field Notes contains photography and articles written about our travels, hikes, photography, and nature. We recently combined all of our blogs into this one blog, and restarted it as of February, 2015.
Current Projects 2015
Karl continues to branch out in black and white photography, and is revisiting his Florida Wildflower project with an eye to reshooting selected portraits and then publishing.
Kathleen restarted the blog after a 6 month+ hiatus, and has combined all three blogs into one for ease of maintaining. The new blog will contain photography techniques, articles on travel and destinations, field notes from hikes, and other occasional topics. She is also working with a new Canon G16 as her everyday camera, but her Canon 50D with Canon 100-400mm lens continues to be her main camera.
In the News:
Some articles written about us in the local press.
Classes and Hikes
Our monthly photography hikes at Brooker Creek Preserve have started up for again.Check the Brooker Creek Preserve calendar (Click here) for exact dates and times.
Our hikes feature a new format for 2015. We start with a short classroom session on one aspect of photography, and then hike to see what we can find. Our January topic was "Light".