Behind the Scenes, a video project

Carter Photography & Design is working in cooperation with the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Convention & Visitor Bureau and Big Dreamz Creative to produce an exciting new video series. Scheduled to release this year, the video project is not ready for public release, but permission has been granted for me to share a glimpse of […]

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Going on Safari at the Montgomery Zoo

There are few places where you can photograph such a variety as at your local zoo, and I am a regular at the Montgomery Zoo. Whether  I am shooting animals, people or the facilities at the zoo — there is always a shot to be had, and many of the shots I take are usable by […]

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Old and Abandoned: Train Station

This old and abandoned train station is located in the industrial section of downtown Montgomery. It’s currently fenced off and unavailable to the public, but I’ve heard plans to restore the structure. I’ll check into it and get back with you here, but for now enjoy the photos. Please take a moment to look over […]

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Lake Jordan, Alabama

I am fortunate enough to know a few people who live on both Lake Jordan and Lake Martin — this collection of shots come from Lake Jordan, Alabama and were taken back in July of this year. Special thanks to Sherry and Jim for allowing me the opportunity to experience this photo exploration and capture […]

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Oakview Cemetery – Lowndesboro, AL

I have a lot in common with my mother — I talk too much; I’m overly curious and I think cemeteries are cool. There are many other attributes that I share with my mom, but for this post the cemetery thing is most relevant. Oakview Cemetery in Lowndesboro, AL is an older cemetery with many of its headstones and […]

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Selma Railbridge

If you stand on the Edmund Pettus Bridge and look down river, you will see a railroad bridge — below are several shots of the rail bridge mentioned. This bridge is still in use, and is quite impressive when viewed up close. Nothing beats a good photo exploration.

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Selma Alabama – Photographing a Community

Selma, Alabama is a historical River Region community with an abundance of art and civic culture, as well as, future growth potential to offer visitors and investors. As a local photographer that works closely with regional magazines, the chamber of commerce and small businesses around the River Region — it is important that I maintain a diverse portfolio […]

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Old and Abandoned: Unknown Building

Montgomery has many old and abandoned buildings, some in better condition than others. This building is located on the North side of downtown and although I have yet to get the full history on the building… I do have several images that you might find interesting. When I get the historical info, I’ll post it […]

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Strobist: Family Fun Shots

I have the cutest family and nothing gives me more pleasure than showing them off to anyone and everyone that will provide me audience. That said, I rarely take the time to use my photography with my own family — and my wife often reminds me of this fact. So! The other day we took […]

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QuickShot: Montgomery Zoo

Occasionally I like to take a break from my regular work and… “play”. Such is the case with this quick visit to the Montgomery Zoo on a hot Summer afternoon. Enjoy this small collection of photos from my play time.

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