How to Enjoy a Cruise as a Photographer and Using Cruise Miles
Feb27

How to Enjoy a Cruise as a Photographer and Using Cruise Miles

It’s not easy being a photographer on a cruise ship.  Photographers require a bit of liberty to explore, and the time to wander.  But, on cruise ships the name of the game is rest and relaxation.  Of course, there’s no relaxation for a traveller with a camera, is there?  Photographers want to be shooting images as often as their shutter allows them to.  Thus, cruises are sometimes avoided by photographers.  But, it...

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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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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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The Canon 6D vs. the Canon 7D Mark II
Jan14

The Canon 6D vs. the Canon 7D Mark II

If you’re fairly new into DSLR photography and walk into a shop, the Canon 6D and 7D Mark II might seem fairly comparable.  The cost range is essentially the same at that $1800usd price point.  Of course, the two cameras couldn’t be more different.  The 7D Mark II is a high-speed shooting action body with a crop sensor, whereas the 6D is a slow-shooting full frame that has been built to appeal primarily to landscape...

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