Thomas Fouts takes Digital Photos with One Hand!
I have never looked through the viewfinder of my Panasonic Lumix to take a photograph.
That may sound odd to some. It’s not that I don’t see what scene I am shooting, I do have the LCD display window, but I have taken over 250,000 shots so that I kinda know where my camera is pointing.
Most of my photos are of nature subjects. Although anything that is interesting with good light may find its way onto my computer at the end of the day.
Speaking of light, 99% of my photos use natural light. Seldom do I use the flash feature, but on occasion it may call for it.
Another thing, I seldom use a tripod. Even when shooting in macro mode, my camera is handheld unless there is a handy tree that I can rest it on.
I used to do a lot of fire photography for our local fire department. After 10 years of going to fires, false alarms, and getting up at any and all hours of the night and day, I retired from the stress of it. One of my fire photos made the cover of a magazine!
Thomas Fouts has even taken senior class photos – one time! I just don’t like taking people pictures. Nature subjects are just more natural, real, and honest.
Taking photos of my eBay products is even more fun than taking people pictures!
So, if you want to check out some of my digital photos, I have another website that I upload my photos to. You can browse through the photos, if you like one or more of them, you can order prints or a digital download file so you can have one of my photos. How cool is that!
Simply click on this link http://seeyourpicturehere.com and you will be taken to my photo website. Easy-peezy.
Thank-you for your time and be sure to click the link above right now.
Thomas Fouts (I’m the one with sunglasses)