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Taj Mahal Photography Tips for a Short Visit

October 16, 2018 4 Comments »

taj mahal photography tips

One of the hardest things about travel photography is the fact that you are only in a place for a short moment. In that time you have no control over the weather, the light, the crowds and you have to work with what you are given in that moment. After your initial moment of awe […]

Northern Lights Photography Tips for Alaska

March 27, 2018 6 Comments »

northern lights photography tips

Northern lights photography is not like other night photography; it has challenges that go way beyond normal night photography challenges – namely…the cold! You only get northern lights in the winter when you have those gorgeous dark skies, so that means you are going to be waiting out in the cold for the perfect shot […]

Finding Beauty in Average Castelló D’empuries

September 19, 2017 9 Comments »

Castelló D’empuries

“Don’t you dare ignore me!” my alarm would scream at me if it could talk. My alarm started quietly this morning and progressively got louder. As much as I wanted to, I couldn’t ignore it, I had to get up early to go photograph an average town. Just like with people, there are places in […]

Things to do in Costa Brava Spain: Visit Medieval Towns

May 11, 2017 14 Comments »

things to do in costa brava

  Looking for things to do in Costa Brava Spain? Then take a journey through the medieval towns of Costa Brava and Girona Pyrenees. The region is full of imposing castles, walled cities, and ruins of centuries past. Medieval towns this old and beautiful should be captured to give you lasting holiday memories, so bring […]

The Art and Life of Ice in Antarctica

March 30, 2017 8 Comments »

iceberg images antarctica

“The ice was here, the ice was there. The ice was all around. It cracked and groaned and roared and howled like noises in a swound.” — The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Coleridge One of the main reasons I wanted to take this expedition cruise to Eastern Antarctica and the Ross Sea was […]

Love in Antarctica

February 14, 2017 3 Comments »

Antarctica Love

I was on the bridge, warming up from being out on the deck. I stared at the detail of the cliffs of Coulman Island, marveling at their size and the snow pack seemingly teetering on top of them. That’s when I saw it…love. Amidst the dark stone cliff there was a lighter caramel colored stone, […]

My Favorite Travel Photography Gear

November 23, 2016 10 Comments »

Travel Photography gear guide

I wish I had my other lens with me for this shot. I should’ve packed my tripod. Why didn’t I bring my filters with me? I need my other camera bag for this hike. These are frequent thoughts that run through my mind on every trip; I never seem to have the gear I need […]

Chasing Light in Anchorage

November 18, 2016 4 Comments »

photography tour anchorage

“The goal tonight is to get to the right places at the right times and come away learning something new,” Jody said as I squinted into the glaring sun and out across the expanse of mud flats called the Turnagain Arm in Anchorage. The one thing that everyone packs on a trip to Alaska is […]

Taking the Leap from DSLR to Mirrorless

November 17, 2016 15 Comments »

switch from DSLR to Mirrorless

Making an initial camera brand choice for the serious photographer is difficult because it sets you in a direction that dictates years of gear to come.  In the past your choices were primarily Canon and Nikon.   After you build up that arsenal of initial equipment, you never contemplate making a costly switch to a new […]

Rest in Peace At These Cemeteries Around the World

October 26, 2016 18 Comments »

cemetery travel

It’s heereeee…..it’s that time of year where I go dark into the depths of the afterlife, to wander in cemeteries around the world. I really don’t know what possesses me, but I’m drawn to cemeteries as I travel. And no, this isn’t some weird Goth thing, nor am I the type of person who likes […]