Profiles of Frequent Picture Project Contributors

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Profiles of Frequent Picture Project Contributors

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Thia Beniash Thia Beniash

On my fourteenth birthday my parents gave me a Minolta x-370 and unleashed a passion I would carry for a lifetime. Photography has and always will be a passion that comes from deep within my soul. I find peace and joy in exploring the miraculous beauty on this earth. I wish to invoke the same feelings in the viewer. I just hope that my photography ...
Linda Brown Linda Brown

Linda Brown is a true South Carolina gem! Not only does she send us beautiful photos of interesting places, but she includes historic details to accompany each picture. Her career as an editor and her interest in ...
Brandon Coffey Brandon Coffey

Brandon Coffey has contributed over 200 photographs to SouthCarolinaPlantations.com (SCIWAY's public repository of SC plantation history) which has developed into Brandon managing the SC Picture Project Facebook Group. ...
Jim Dollar Jim Dollar

My fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Unglesby, told my mother at one of those parent/teacher conferences, "Jimmy looks out the window a lot." I still do. Though, these days, I do it from a hammock. ...
Larry Gleason Larry Gleason

After serving in the military, Larry made Aiken his home in 1978 and has been enjoying digital photography since his retirement in 2002. He refers to himself as a "utility photographer" because he never knows where or what he will be asked to photograph. Despite being a newcomer ...
Ann Helms Ann Helms

I am originally from Spartanburg and still visit my parents and brother there several times a month. I used to drive mostly the interstate, but now when time permits I prefer to take US 176, or SC 215, or US 76 from the Midlands to the Upstate and back. ...
Benton Henry Benton Henry

At 12 years old I saw a nighttime photograph of the Roman coliseum made by Winfred Parks for National Geographic magazine. I loved that image and thought how cool would it be to be the person who was actually there making the image. (Story behind this story – I made friends with a National Geographic photographer ...
Andy Hunter Andy Hunter

When the Reverend Andy Hunter is not documenting the beauty he sees in daily life with one of his many cameras, the self-proclaimed "gadget addict" is pastoring his flock. A proud graduate of Clemson, Andy is not ashamed to say that he also ...
Jim Jenkins Jim Jenkins

Retired school administrator Jim Jenkins has decades of experience teaching and guiding the children of South Carolina and neighboring Georgia, making him somewhat fearless. At 79, he is unafraid ...
Vanessa Kauffmann Vanessa Kauffmann

Vanessa, a fearless flyer, has been contributing both ground and aerial photography to the South Carolina Picture Project for years. Despite the fact that she's stunningly talented, she's far from a diva. On the contrary, she remains one of the most patient, easy-going, and generous artists ...
Pete Lawrence Pete Lawrence

I am a vagabond at heart who enjoys history, travel and photography. I am lucky enough to have my spouse, Sherry, as a kindred spirit. After we both retired from military service we settled in Sumter and after a brief period as an educator, both teacher and then principal, we began our quest of traveling with camera in hand as due to our time in the military ...
Everett Leigh Everett Leigh

After my youngest grandson was born, I picked back up my camera hobby seriously after attending two separate photography workshops. They seemed to wake up a creative side of me that had been asleep ...
Gazie Nagle Gazie Nagle

Without having a formal art education, I inherited my creativity and ingenuity from both my parents. Years of drawing, painting, and developing a good eye for photography have been strengthened through the art of listening, observing, researching and of course, lots of practice. ...
Rodger Painter Rodger Painter

In addition to his visual skills, Rodger has also contributed vivid and nicely written descriptions of his photographs to the South Carolina Picture Project. Residing in Gaffney for most of his life, Rodger has been taking pictures since his childhood. ...
Steve Rich Steve Rich

I started using a camera at the age of 10. My first 35mm camera was purchased in 1980 and was a Pentax K-1000. I was hooked on photography from then on. For the past six years I have been learning and having fun ...
Bill Segars Bill Segars

Bill Segars has been a wonderful friend to the South Carolina Picture Project and all who enjoy it. He joined us as a photographer back in 2013, and he quickly distinguished himself not only by his beautiful work but by his abounding wisdom. ...
Mike Stroud Mike Stroud

Michael Stroud may not have hailed from South Carolina originally, but once he arrived, he become nothing short of a blessing for our state. Mike and his wife, Linda, moved from Maryland to Sun City in Bluffton in 2004. Like so many others, they had retired and wanted to leave snowy winters behind. ...
Tom Taylor Tom Taylor

Here at the South Carolina Picture Project, Tom Taylor was the nicest surprise! We first encountered him via Flickr, when we asked to use one of his images. We were delighted when he wrote back and said he knew ...
Matt Trudeau Matt Trudeau

The enduring popularity of the Waccamaw Neck and Grand Strand keeps us in search of great photos to go with the fascinating history of the area. Fortunately for us, Matt Trudeau of Murrells Inlet has been contributing his work to the South Carolina Picture Project for years. His spectacular images, taken from beloved sites such as Brookgreen Gardens and the Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk, ...
Gregg Turbeville Gregg Turbeville

I got my first 35mm camera, a Canon AE-1, in ninth grade. I immediately became fascinated with capturing sunset pictures, and because the ocean was nearby, I also became intrigued with capturing ...

                       
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