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What is "gloriography?"
I've set out to capture God's glorious creation one day, one frame at a time.* I've coined this calling "gloriography." I am therefore, I guess, a "gloriographer." And I take "gloriographs".
Not to take anything away from great photographers, but to whom belongs the "credit," the "cameraman" or the Creator? I believe we need to give credit to whom it is due. God gets all the photo credit in my book.
Fact is, taking photos of his glorious work is not difficult: "For since the creation of the world, his invisible attributes, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood through what has been made." Romans 1:19
I also include here interesting shots and anthologies that are not necessarily "gloriographic" in the truest sense. After all, I still work for a living and don't get out much, but when I do, I try to make the most of it.
One last thing. You can buy a print from SmugMug, but I do not mark up my images. They are there for all to enjoy at no cost. 1 Chronicles 21:24.