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See ya all Sunday August 13th!

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The Crow / Black and White

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As we started the workshop talking about crows and their appearance in mythology, (Sadly there were not any crows around to photograph.)  we learned about the picture style monochrome and the options of detail settings. Sharpness, Contrast, Filter Effect and Toning Effect.

While on our hike we incorporated feelings of color by putting our cameras picture style setting to Monochrome and changing the toning effect to express a deeper meaning, expression and emotion to what we were photographing.

And here are their results.


Morning Glory photo by Tammy Walters Fox
Morning Glory photo by Tammy Walters Fox

Morning Glory
Such a simple yet beautiful growing flower growing freely in the forest, provoking a feeling of quiet beauty and a feeling of renewal with each new day. Looking upwards to the sun, soaking in the warmth and goodness of the sun as if saying, “Look up to the Heavens,”
The vine growing and intertwine with those around it, just like our own lives. Constantly looking to thrive and bloom in our environment.
As the morning glory flourishes, we can relate to it in our personal journey.

(Blue: gray mood)

Tammy Walters Fox

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First Issue is out!

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The first issue of R • A• W | Real Amazing Wildlife is now published!

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August 2017 Issue

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R • A • W Photography Series | Exploring Chassahowitzka Butterflies and Wildflower Fields for August 3 and 4 workshop has one more spot left.

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R • A • W Series | Cypress Lakes Exploration

Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 10:00 AM – Sunday, August 27, 2017 at 12:00 PM

There are 6 openings for this 2 day photography workshop & hike.

Register here: to secure your spot.

I would like to thank all those that helped putting this issue together, but most importantly is to thank my wonderful husband Don, for supporting me. Thank you!