"It droned on and on and on.."
I've had a varied and long career in photography but have not bought a drone copter . Yet,
Saturday was the 9th annual Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk, and 20 members of my photo group in Charleston, S.Car., were among more than 1,100 participating cities all around the world.
I grew up hearing that this is where the Ashley River and the Cooper River come together to form the Atlantic Ocean.
Made sense to me as a kid growing up downtown in an historic city.
As Leader of the group, I am able to submit one picture into competition with more than 1,100 of my peers.
I entered a view of a fountain's rushing water caught with a fast shutter speed as it streams past a church steeple in the background.
Yes, he owns the drone and he used it to create a clever video and submitted it. Hope Joseph wins again!
After the photo walk, we had lunch at Tommy Condon's and repeated something we have done each year - place all the cameras on the table.
What an impressive pile of money!
(Click on the photos and links for more details.)
We also took a "traditional" ground level
That's Doug DeLong hustling into the frame.
His camera had only a 2-second timer setting before the shutter snapped.