Shooting light trails is one of my favorite types of photography. By making long exposures, you are able to slow down time and view the world in a whole new way, one that only cameras can see. Here are some … Read the rest
Is international travel insurance necessary? Absolutely. Imagine you’re in a foreign working on a photography project and you have a medical emergency. You don’t want to bankrupt yourself or loved ones with hospital bills, or worse, be stuck abroad without … Read the rest
No, it’s not a scene from Blade Runner. This is the Yan’an Interchange in Shanghai, one of the wildest on the planet. During the weekend the city turns on these blueish Tron lights underneath the highway.
It wasn’t easy to … Read the rest
I’ve always wanted to create surreal images. I remember the first time I saw Salvador Dali’s mind-altering melting clocks. It was both out of this world but from it at the same time. It made me think in a way … Read the rest
I really like long exposure photography. There is a small learning curve, but when you get it, you can produce some really cool effects with your images.
This photo here is from a great spot in Malaysia called Penang. It’s … Read the rest
Sometimes I sit in front of my computer and edit images all day. Today was one of those days. It was raining out. I put on some Groove Salad, “a nicely chilled plate of ambient/downtempo beats and grooves,” as their … Read the rest
I wanted to get to the Taj early to avoid the crowds. As soon as got in I sprinted to this one spot where I knew I could catch both the Taj and the sunrise in my frame. Even though … Read the rest