Which Side of Iguazu Falls is Better?
Aug19

Which Side of Iguazu Falls is Better?

Argentina vs. Brazil is the age old battle in South America.  They compete in regards to almost everything: who has the better barbecue, which football team is stronger, who has the most beautiful people, etc. etc.  And of, course, they compete over which side of Iguazu Falls is better.  However, the two are strangely amicable in regards to Iguazu Falls.  In fact, most Argentineans and Brazilians I talked to agree that you should...

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Best Places in Buenos Aires for Photography
Aug06

Best Places in Buenos Aires for Photography

Buenos Aires, to me, has been one of those perfect examples of why we should visit the same place at different points in our lives. To be honest, the first time I visited the city, I came away unimpressed. Then the second time I visited, I enjoyed the city. On my most recent visit, I loved the city and could actually see myself spending significant time there in the future. I had 5 full days in Buenos Aires, and spent 4 of those days...

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Destination Morocco: Want to Join Me?
Jul16

Destination Morocco: Want to Join Me?

After a very successful photography tour and workshop in Peru this May, I’m excited to announce my next big photo adventure tour.  We’re going to Morocco!  Want to come along for the ride? About Photography in Morocco Without a doubt, Morocco is one of the most photogenic countries I’ve ever travelled.  It seems like there is a worthy photo around every corner.  From an architecture standpoint, you have the stunning...

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Photography on the Salar de Uyuni and Bolivian Altiplano
Jul16

Photography on the Salar de Uyuni and Bolivian Altiplano

Back when I worked as a tour leader in South America, my route used to take me across the Bolivian Altiplano and Salar de Uyuni.  It was a trip that I both loved and dreaded.  Yes, the Bolivian Altiplano is beautiful, but it’s also extremely difficult.  It’s a long ways from anything, the roads are beyond rough, the sun is oppressive during the day and the temperatures can be extremely cold at night.  And, of course,...

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Using a Telephoto Lens for Landscape and Cityscape Photos
Jul12

Using a Telephoto Lens for Landscape and Cityscape Photos

The conventional thought among many new photographers is that every lens has a specific purpose.  Among many newbies, each lens is meant to have a very specific job that it is to perform in making a photo.  Wide angle lenses are for landscapes, prime lenses like 50mm and 85mms are meant for portraits, and telephoto lenses are meant for wildlife and sports.  However, that’s just not the case at all.  In fact, as photographers...

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The Architectural Wonder of Brasilia, Brazil
Jun26

The Architectural Wonder of Brasilia, Brazil

Sure, Brasilia might not be high on most traveller’s destination lists for their visits to Brazil.  And the truth is, that aside from a couple museums, there really isn’t actually that much for tourists to do or see in Brasilia.  For photographers, however, this is an architectural photography playground.  And, in hindsight, I left myself with far too little time in the Brazilian capital.  The truth is that I really could...

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