Life through the lens lands SRB man in art show

Published: Friday, October 26, 2012 at 03:10 PM.

Today he admits, though, that not only has his passion for photography replaced that, it has surpassed it. He says after a long day crunching numbers, there is nothing more relaxing than going home, walking to the beach, and capturing frames.

He says those beach scenes are some of his best-sellers.

“Beach scenes are what people are looking for down here,” he said. “I try to make them unique.”

That uniqueness is clear in one of his most prized photographs, a quintessential view from the 30A area depicting the outflow of Big Redfish Lake.

“It was a Sunday morning just after sunrise; conditions were perfect … I walked to the middle of the stream, and like manna from heaven, the heron showed up,” said McCullar.

When that oft-serendipitous click of the shutter and the lighting work together, a good photograph emerges.

Considering the importance of timing, McCullar makes sure he is always prepared to capture a perfect shot with his Canon EOS 5D Mark III.

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