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Street Jazz by Marge Agin

On the Creative Edge

In February 1982 National Geographic infamously moved the Great Pyramids of Giza, nudging two closer together for a more pleasing cover image. Controversy raged and apologies ensued. Altering a photograph was deemed a photojournalism no-no.

Marge Agin, Lowcountry Fine Art Photography Book Bluffton State of Mind

New Book Release

Bluffton, April 2018  – Starbooks and Lydia Inglett Publishing announces the release of a new coffee table gift book, "Bluffton State of Mind" by Lowcountry photographer Marge Agin.

Marge Agin, Lowcountry Fine Art Photography Book Bluffton State of Mind

REVIEW – Hilton Head Monthly

Hilton Head, July 2018  – A photographer for more than 40 years, Marge Agin started out shooting weddings and portraits. But she really wanted to work in fine art photography. Now she does. Her work can be seen at Four Corners Fine Art & Framing in Old Town Bluffton. It can also be found in her book, “Bluffton State of Mind.”

Bluffton Village Festival 2015

REVIEW – The Island Packet

Bluffton, May 2018  – Before there was Bluffton, there was Bluffton. And that’s going to help if we ever recover from the Bluffton explosion. Bluffton thankfully has an old soul. It’s older than any of us, unless you are as old as the May River.

Marge Agin Fine Art Photography

REVIEW – The Breeze

Bluffton, May 2018  – Check out this months issue of the Bluffton Breeze which features the extremely talented Lowcountry Photographer Marge Agin who is also the Author of the visually stunning new gift book Bluffton State of Mind.

Cooks and Books

Pat Branning and Marge Agin at Cooks and Books event on Sunday Feb 28

Bluffton photographer launches, signs copies of third book

The breathtaking scenery of the Lowcountry has been captured for years by Bluffton photographer Marge Agin, who launched her third book collection of photographs Thursday...

Bluffton Changing Tides

‘Changing Tides’ an ode to Bluffton

Two Bluffton women have created something that will fit in perfectly next to the jar of seashells and sandstone coasters on your coffee table.

The Bluff, fall/winter 2012

Palmetto Bluff's semi-annual magazine, created by and for those who love this special Lowcountry idyll.