Macro Photography

Getting up close and personal with a subject and showing details that most people overlook is something I thoroughly enjoy.  Check out my latest!

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I have been wanting to photograph frogs for a while (don’t ask…), and I finally got the opportunity to.  Check it out!

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Star Trails!

Have you ever seen a night time photograph that looked as though the stars were raining down from the heavens and wondered how the photographer did it?  Check out my “how-to” on Star Trail photography.

Star Trail Tutorial

Picture Me, Loving You

A love story gone wrong, told through pictures.
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Mormon Row

Still one of my favorite photos, this barn from “Mormon Row” in Grand Tetons National Park is supposedly one of the most photographed barns in the Country.  I can understand why!

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Beautiful Tibet

One of the most captivating places we’ve visited, Tibet was shocking to our Western senses and extremely beautiful.

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Holly's Story

Holly’s blog about surviving breast cancer and living life after the fact.

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Black and White

Black and white photography has quickly become one of my favorite styles of photography.  From the unique challenges to the timeless result… I love it.

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Easily one of our favorite cities in Europe, Prague is full of beauty around every corner.

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Most Recent Content:

The Battery at Sunrise

One of the most iconic views of Charleston, South Carolina is of the historic homes along the seawall on East Battery Street. Known as The Battery, this was originally a defensive seawall, and was named after a Civil War era battery location at the end of the street. Today, the multi-million dollar homes that line the street are the star of the show, and are definitely a must-see if you’re in the area. Some are even bed and breakfast establishments now if you’d like to stay right there in the middle of it all.

I find that early morning is the best time to shoot the location. Right at sunrise there are not a lot of people around, save a few runners and fishermen (a classic part of the scene in my opinion). Just as the sun pops up over the horizon, the homes are bathed in its warm rays. If you show up a little earlier, you may even see some alpine glow, looking in this exact direction.

–Dan Thompson

Charleston’s Angel Oak Tree

Charleston, South Carolina’s Angel Oak Tree is estimated to be somewhere around 400 – 500 years old, and is absolutely jaw dropping! It’s not the fattest tree we’ve ever seen, and it’s not the tallest tree we’ve ever seen… but... read more

The Old Sheldon Church

One of the nice things about only posting one picture a week is that I basically have an endless amount of content, as I’m always taking pictures. The downside though, is that I feel like I can’t just camp out on a subject because I get so behind. Ah Fripp... read more

Wild Beach at Hunting Island

Okay, back to the beach!! A couple of weeks ago I shared a picture of a lighthouse on Hunting Island, which is right next door to Fripp Island where my family and I stayed earlier in the year. After grabbing that image I went for a walk up the beach, away from the... read more

Following the Winds of Change

Okay, I was originally planning on continuing my series on South Carolina today, but my heart is in Poland right now, so I’m sharing this picture… from Germany. LOL I’ll explain how I got there in a minute. It is interesting how life twists and... read more

Explaining Picture Me, Loving You

SPOILER ALERT!! Fair warning, if you haven’t seen or finished Picture Me, Loving You yet, stop reading now.  No really… I’m about to ruin the thrill of figuring it all out for yourself.  Seriously… click here and start from the... read more

Hunting Island Lighthouse

As I mentioned last week, our family went to a new location this year for our family vacation. As beautiful as Fripp Island is itself (you can see lots of pictures from there on my Facebook page), I think the bulk of my favorite images came from neighboring Hunting... read more

Happy Annimather’s Day!

So Picture Me, Loving You started just after Mother’s Day, and ended just before Father’s Day… on paper I’m sure this looks like I was a masterful planner, but I assure you it all happened that way by accident! I’ll take it though!... read more

Origin Story: Starlite

Every good character has an origin story. With the characters I create it is no different. It’s often difficult to spend time while dressed as these characters explaining the depths behind some of these characters and how they came to be, so today I thought I’d try... read more

POTW: The Killing Chair

   Happy Mother's Day!! LOL When I planned this Philadelphia series out, I specifically wanted to end on this photo because I thought it would be a good segue into the Picture Me, Loving You series that starts later this week (YAY!!)… however... read more

Even more stuff!

Picture Me, Loving You

Picture Me, Loving You

It’s different, and maybe a little whacky, but it will hopefully have you intrigued! Check out the photo-narrative!
Holly's Story


Holly was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33.  Holly’s Story is her blog about breast cancer survival.

Project Car

Project Car

Dan may or may not have an obsession with cars.  Follow along with his dream car build up; a 1967 Camaro.

Dan on TV

Dan on TV

Did you know that Dan appears regularly on TV in the Knoxville and Chattanooga markets?  Check out some of his segments here.