MUDPIX MAGAZINE is outdoor photography by David Thrift, a photographer and digital photo artist residing in East Alabama.
MUDPIX.COM is the landing spot on the internet where you can enjoy David’s photography and artwork, and purchase his original photography in the form of self published digital (pdf) magazines designed for viewing on devices such as smartphones, tablets, and computers. These magazines are offered on site as free downloads for previewing. The preview issues contain watermarks. Premium issues are in planning for sale on Gumroad in the near future.
David’s photography is very informal and he’s always looking for surprising photo opportunities. His primary locations for camera work in the outdoors include the backwaters of West Point Lake which covers land across East Alabama in Chambers County, and West Georgia in Troup County, Lake Harding in Lee County Alabama, and Lake Martin in Tallapoosa County Alabama.
All photographs and photographic material on this website (unless otherwise noted) is the intellectual property of David Thrift, including his self published magazine, called MUDPIX MAGAZINE.
David enjoys photographing not only nature shots, but also people as an observer, and sometimes traffic, and although he has been asked occasionally to photograph weddings, and family portraits, he prefers simply connecting with nature and bringing the outdoor scenery he enjoys to the indoors for people to enjoy in the comfort of their homes through his candid and informal photography. His MUDPIX MAGAZINE is a journal of his photographic adventures.
On The Subject Of Fishing:
“With all the time I spend outdoors around the lakes, I’ve often been asked if I enjoy fishing. The answer is both yes and no… Yes in that when I was younger (as in a kid and teen years) I thought it was fun). No in that I really don’t do it these days in my adult years. Mostly I enjoy following people that do either out in the wild hanging out with someone, watching someone fish, or checking them out on the internet. When I’m outdoors around the lake, my full interest is in working with my camera. I simply don’t have time to waste holding a fishing pole all day. It’s kind of like watching sports. I really don’t waste a lot of time doing that either. I love my camera and art work which are the things that connect me to being active and staying productive in life outside of my day job.” – David Thrift Written: Saturday, October 19th, 2019.
It’s What We Do:
In every second there is a photograph waiting to happen.
Photographs are everywhere. It is the call of photographers to see and capture those moments.
We live in an era where cameras are everywhere and in all kinds of electronic devices. It shouldn’t surprise anyone to see someone with a camera shooting and capturing life.
Don’t want your photo taken in a public place? Don’t go to public places. Someone there most likely has a camera, and they are most likely going to use it.
Mudpix Magazine Demo 1 Now Available
MUDPIX MAGAZINE – DEMO 1 has been released and it is now available for downloading. It’s absolutely free and will give you an idea of what to expect in the premium issues. This issue is 290 pages and is 71.7MB in file size. This demo issue features photography by David Thrift that was shot on Lake Harding, and West Point Lake during the weekend before Labor Day 2019. Use the following links below to download or preview this magazine: DOWNLOAD your copy now, or Preview On Issuu If You Would Like Before Downloading.
MUDPIX MAGAZINE Issue #1 Is Available To Purchase For Just $24.00 At Gumroad. Get Your PDF Copy Today.
The first official issue of MUDPIX MAGAZINE has been released and is available for purchase. Head over to the Home page for info on how to purchase your copy on Gumroad, or click here to jump straight over to MUDPIX MAGAZINE’s Gumroad creator’s page for more info and to purchase your digital pdf copy today. It contains over 750 photos shot by David Thrift on Lake Harding and West Point Lake in Alabama and Georgia, is 792 pages and 162MB.