Remains of an old church upright piano. This was taken in Young's Chapel, in central Georgia. Despite the decay, (or perhaps because of the decay) it really was quite beautiful.

Scott MacInnis

I like to photograph just about everything, but basically I'm a nature and fine art photographer living in Johns Creek, Georgia. I have been asked what the definition of fine art photography is, and the definition I like best is

"The production of images to fulfill the creative vision of a photographer, images aimed at something more than a simple realistic rendering of the subject."

Photography has always been of great interest to me, but I've really started to get serious about it in the past several years, in large part because of the amazing advances in technology. What was once a time-consuming and labor-intensive skill to perfect is now wide open for easy experimentation and creativity. But with all these advances, to be able to consistently create beautiful images, one still needs to take the time and have the dedication to practice photography the old fashioned way - mastering the basic mechanics, and then trying to consistently develop your creative eye. I have been fortunate enough to win awards for many of my images in the past couple of years, and my work hangs in homes and businesses throughout the country, and around the world.