Photography & Seafood Adventures
This photo was taken on a super fun adventure that me, my dad, and my brother went on while we were vacationing in Panama City Beach. My dad knows that I am obsessed with seafood and taking photos, so he wanted to take my brother and I on a day-trip to Apalachicola, Florida where they have the best oysters in the world. I had never been to Apalachicola before so I was really excited to embark on a day of adventure, seafood, and photography!
It was a beautiful drive from Panama City Beach to Apalachicola! We stopped probably ten times along the way for me to take photos and for us to try different seafood of course. I took a lot of photos that day for documentary purposes, but the one I ended up using for my portfolio was the photo you see below of the abandoned ship consumed by sand. I saw the boat as we were crossing the bridge to enter St. George Island, and I immediately asked my dad to find a place where we could pull off the road and hike to it. Without going into detail, it was quite a difficult process hiking down to the ship due to things like high tide, steep hills, slippery rocks, etc. However, it was all worth it once I saw the immediate result on the back of my camera. It was an awesome location for photos!
NEW PHOTO – “Why Is The Rum Gone”
Photography Video Tutorial
I made a quick video while I was photographing boat to show everyone how I helped mother nature out a little by adding an element from my surroundings into the shot for a stunning final composition. If you have any questions at all or simply want to talk about seafood, lets chat in the comments!
NEW VIDEO – Landscape Photography Tutorial – Abandoned Boat