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Author Archives: alwaysgail photography by Gail Fischer
Watching and waiting, on the sidelines in Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia.
“I love weddings and model shoots! Especially when I am watching an event unfold. This particular day was very exciting two shooters using the fountain and light to create beautiful pictures. Meanwhile…I just shoot them.” For years I shot both, … Continue reading
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It was 8:27 A.M., I was sitting in my car waiting to go into my 8:30 appointment, parked on a side street under a huge oak tree. There was a familiar sound; I had heard it before-the squalling and crying … Continue reading
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Weekend Reflections, Soul Mates
My daughter asked me just last week “do you believe in Soul Mates? because I think I met someone who is mine.” I said “sure, but I have not met anyone who fits that criteria in many years.” I think … Continue reading
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Has anyone ever seen a frost flower? Don’t Pick It!
I must admit I did not find this on my own, it was sent to my email. It is so beautiful that I have to share it. Click the link to see them at the Farmer’s Almanac. Frost flowers are … Continue reading
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Night Photography Soiree. Working late into the night under the moon and stars.
It has been a long time coming. Night photography needs guidance and a wonderfully enthusiastic teacher. The equipment necessary is a tripod, wide angle lens, DSLR camera, intervalometer, and the very important accessory the FLASHLIGHT! This month, I finally … Continue reading
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Revisiting the past: A visit with Harlan Hubbard and PAYNE HOLLOW
Not so long ago, I saw an NBC news story written about a former journalist from Kentucky by the name of Dan Price who had chosen to leave his wife and children to “live on the fringe of society” or … Continue reading
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The Depot at Martini Junction, Geocaching and one man’s love for the Model Railroad.
Earlier this fall I revisited our town forest with the hopes of running into Jim the depot train master. I asked him if he wanted to tell his story about The Depot at Martini Junction and the G scale railroad … Continue reading
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AJAX and ZOE, Bouncing the strobe off the ceiling and using the widow light.
Ajax and Zoe reading a book about the Japanese Calendar. I was lucky that the sofa was placed perfectly between the bay widows. I am not one for setting up shots but rather a person who thrives on catching a … Continue reading
Rolls Royce and Boston Skyline, What a gorgeous night-always carry a monopod.
If you are trying to improve your photography skills then you have to always carry the gear. Last night, while walking on the Boston water front, down by the ICA, a private party was … Continue reading
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Waiting for the Light to change.
Quality Of Light makes all the difference. Recently, while driving past a nearby farm I caught the last glimpse of the July night sunset. I pulled over to shoot a piece of farm equipment, only got one frame off, before the … Continue reading
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