Photo by Lauren Shelburne
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Charles Stanley's journey into photography began decades ago with a borrowed camera he had no idea how to use.
"I didn't have a camera, and I was going on a mission trip to Haiti," he told attendees at the 2019 Southeastern Photojournalism Conference. "My wife had the finest camera Kodak made in those days, and she said, 'Why don't you just take my camera?'"
With some coaching from the man seated next to him on the plane to Haiti, he learned just enough for the trip.
"I was there for about three weeks. I came home with the most incredible photos and didn't know what I was doing most of the time." Read More