A Drivelapse in the Florida Keys
Feb20

A Drivelapse in the Florida Keys

I’ve always been a big fan of time lapse videos.  I think time lapse brings the best of photography and video together into one great format.  I haven’t shot a lot of time lapse over the years for a couple reasons.  The first is that I only had a Canon 60D up until a couple months ago.  The problem there is that 1) I want to be shooting images on it, not time lapse, and 2) with only one camera body, I didn’t want to...

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The Florida Keys and The Everglades
Feb17

The Florida Keys and The Everglades

With our arrival in the Florida Keys, our US road trip got as far from it’s home point as possible.  In fact, we were nearly as far south as you can be in the United States.  We set up our tent – the only place in the Florida Keys we could afford – at a campground in Sugarloaf Key and then spent 3 days exploring different parts of the southern island.  I have to say, in general, I was pleasantly surprised with the...

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Photography at Disney World, Orlando
Feb15

Photography at Disney World, Orlando

After spending a couple days in Orlando messing around at places like Universal Studios and Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, we finally hit up Disney World for a couple days of photography.  The truth is, we had little to no plan of what we wanted to see or do.  All we knew was that we had 2 days to see the area.  We decided to focus on the Magic Kingdom as, from a photography standpoint, this is where the park is truly...

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A Guide to Travel Photography in New Orleans
Feb03

A Guide to Travel Photography in New Orleans

Of all the places I was going to re-visit on my American road trip, it was New Orleans that I was most stoked about re-shooting.  Part of the reason I was so excited to come back to New Orleans was because the last time I was here, all I did was party.  I didn’t do much in regards to travel photography at all.  And well I was looking forward to actually capturing some photos – from a non-bar location – this time, the...

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The Austin State Capitol Building: Shooting the Right Light
Jan26

The Austin State Capitol Building: Shooting the Right Light

The cool thing about this road trip across America is that I’ve gotten the chance to re-photograph some of my favourite places in the country.  The last time I passed through, I was struck by the Texas State Capitol in Austin.  I found it so perfectly photogenic, and so I couldn’t pass up on the chance to photograph it once again. I also decided that this was a great time to show budding photographers what a massive...

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Photographer vs. White Sands
Jan25

Photographer vs. White Sands

There’s something about White Sands National Monument that just has my number as a photographer.  This article is called “photographer vs. White Sands”, but it could easily be called “White Sands Kicked my Ass as a Photographer”.  In fact, looking back at the last time that I visited White Sands, I didn’t exactly have the easiest time of it either.  The last article about this beautiful spot in New...

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