Tips on Icelandic Photography

December 04, 2015  •  2 Comments
A lifelong pursuit of excellence in photography is about vision, paying attention to details, mastering techniques, and a lot of patience and determination. I started collecting Internet images of Iceland eight months before the trip and found where each was taken with “Google Earth.” For our dates at each location, “The Photographer’s Ephemeris”...
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Wines-Gillikin Wedding

May 13, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Congratulations Katie and Mike! A spectacular ending to a beautiful day at the Oyster Bay Yacht Club in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Just another wonderful couple at a great North Florida venue with food and staff as spectacular as the scenery, thank you Terrie Sanders, Yacht Club Manager.
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On-Location Classical Portraits

March 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
Jo and I had an opportunity to setup a temporary studio for executive head shots at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort last week. Our goal in creating executive head shots is classical portraiture. Whether in our home studio or on location, for a bride or a corporate board member, the objective is the same; to provide a solid repeatable styl...
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Seasons Greetings!

December 17, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
It's getting to be that season again, Winter in Florida, where we get to hang out with lots of feathered friends... the Reddish Egret, Green Heron, White Ibis, Roseate Spoonbill, Hooded Merganser, and many more over the next few months. Images of Reddish Egret and Hooded Merganser from Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, to see more, just c...
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What a great way to spend a birthday!

October 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
It's October 25th, with Jo under crystal blue skies and 70° temperatures. We're at the 2014 NAS Airshow along with 297,000 other airshow fans. What normally takes 15 minutes to drive, this morning took 3 hours, but that's fine considering where I normally go for a shoot. See more Air Show images; click here. Camera equipment: Nikon D810 Lens:...
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What do Brides and Bears have in common?

July 15, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Being photographed by me! A few weeks ago I was capturing the elegance of a Southern Wedding, last week it was photographing black and brown bears in the Alaskan wilderness and not becoming the main entree for their catch of the day. To see more of my eagles and bears, click here
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Shooting Eagles on the 4th of July

July 14, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
It just doesn't get much better! Just got back from a spectacular 4th of July in Alaska photographing eagles (thank you, Jackie Kramer)! The eagles were flying above, below and beside me, it was just an unbelievable experience. My Notes: Weather condition, mostly cloudy with a high and midlevel overcast with occasional light showers. The shootin...
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A Southern Living Wedding

June 13, 2014  •  1 Comment
You know it's not going to be your normal wedding day when it starts with an A-10 flyover. Between the farms, Spanish moss-covered oaks, pines, and pecan orchards, eighteen miles west of Valdosta Georgia is the town of Quitman and the beautiful family home of Colonel and Mrs. Robert Penar. Walking into their home was like walking into the pages...
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Wedding Photography Packages & Pricing

March 18, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
$1924 - Just the Ceremony: Includes consultation, planning, up to 4 hours of wedding day coverage plus post processing and 3-months of digital products and services including proofing, online print ordering (plus frames and mats) and digital file downloads. $2512 - Wedding & Reception: Includes consultation, detailed wedding day plan, up to 10 hou...
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Fine Art Landscape Photography

March 04, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Award winning International Master Photographer, Olis Garber is offering a selection of fine art landscape prints - you select size, finish, matting and framing (with consultation and additional customization options upon request), and a custom finished print is created and shipped to your business or home. These images are of 'exceptional' photog...
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First Coast News Interview with Olis Garber

March 01, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
At 8:30 pm, the phone rings. It's Lewis Turner, a Reporter/Anchor/Meteorologist for First Coast News. He asks for an interview at my house in 20 minutes. My wife Jo and I are now in a state of disbelief and panic, but on the off chance this was legit, we scrambled to get the house and ourselves ready for Lewis and the interview, which actually happ...
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