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Kay Lovingood

Kay Lovingood

Augusta, GA

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I've always loved looking at nature, drifting along with the ever-changing clouds, stopping to smell the roses. God's creation gives an abundant and ever changing variety of subjects for me to capture. I enjoy photographing all of nature, from the wide vistas of mountains and valleys, right down to spiders, butterflies, and dewdrops.

I bought my first camera, a Canon AE-1, in 1979, and practiced and experimented and asked questions. I still ask questions and read blogs; but I've never taken a formal course or workshop. I switched to digital in 2000, which allows more experimenting, with instant feedback, so I can correct a shot immediately. My current camera is a Nikon D-90, with a 28-300 and a macro. Although I'm digital, I don't use PhotoShop to skew the photo. I believe in capturing the scene in as true a form as I can, because what God has created can't be improved upon; it is wonderfully creative as it is.

My training and career are in music education, with a Master's degree, National Certification, and 24 years in the elementary general music classroom. In addition to teaching, I also play tuba and sing in my church choir. I'm polishing other creative outlets, as well, which we'll speak of later.

I've always loved looking at nature, drifting along with the ever-changing clouds, stopping to smell the roses. God's creation gives an abundant and ever changing variety of subjects for me to capture. I enjoy photographing all of nature, from the wide vistas of mountains and valleys, right down to spiders, butterflies, and dewdrops.

I bought my first camera, a Canon AE-1, in 1979, and practiced and experimented and asked questions. I still ask questions and read blogs; but I've never taken a formal course or workshop. I switched to digital in 2000, which allows more experimenting, with instant feedback, so I can correct a shot immediately. My current camera is a Nikon D-90, with a 28-300 and a macro. Although I'm digital, I don't use PhotoShop to skew the photo. I believe in capturing the scene in as true a form as I can, because what God has created can't be improved upon; it is wonderfully creative as it is.

My training and career are in music education, with a Master's degree, National Certification, and 24 years in the elementary general music classroom. In addition to teaching, I also play tuba and sing in my church choir. I'm polishing other creative outlets, as well, which we'll speak of later.