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Residents by Thomas Fields
Mountain Farm by Thomas Fields
Quiet Now by Thomas Fields
Low water by Thomas Fields
Tobesofkee Duck Pond by Thomas Fields
River Overlook by Thomas Fields
Porter Pavilion by Thomas Fields
Portal by Thomas Fields
Creek Reflections by Thomas Fields
Woodland Flora by Thomas Fields
Morning Glory 2 by Thomas Fields
7th Street Coaling Tower by Thomas Fields
Still in Use by Thomas Fields
Gemini by Thomas Fields
Botanic Abstract by Thomas Fields
Sacred Space by Thomas Fields
Under Bridge Reflections by Thomas Fields
Bridge to the Island by Thomas Fields
Fountain at Sunset by Thomas Fields
Baggage Area by Thomas Fields
Waiting Room by Thomas Fields
Crepe Myrtle Abstract by Thomas Fields
Mountain View by Thomas Fields
City from the Park by Thomas Fields
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About Thomas Fields
Thomas Felder (Skip) Fields is a Macon native who became enthusiastic about photography when he was a high school student in the school's camera club.
He was a math and science teacher and an administrator for over thirty years. During the time he was a high school principal, computers began to emerge as possible educational tools. He was able to implement the first computer lab in the Macon area where he introduced students in grades six through twelve to the potential power of the machines.
Computers and computer programming evolved into a passion. He developed a second occupation creating programs for specialized business operations. He also taught basic and advanced programming in college continuing education courses.
After he retired from teaching he bought his first DSLR camera and began serious exploration of Adobe Photoshop.
Interests in photography and computers merged. He joined the Middle Georgia Art Association in order to learn from artists, gain confidence and share his efforts.
Due to circumstances he essentially put aside up both photography and computer work for several years.
Circumstances changed so he involved himself with his two intertwined interests.
Members of the art association and a special friend, Frank Maxwell (Frank-Maxwell.artistwebsites.com) encouraged him to exhibit his work.
Many of the pieces here are composites using two or more separate photographs.
The photographs were taken with digital cameras and modified with Adobe Photoshop.