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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Photograph Caribbean Way of Life!

The Caribbean is a dream destination for many photographers with a diverse range of landscapes, architecture, and cultural sights. You can get a great shot in the most unexpected places and with so many places to choose from deciding on just one can seem impossible. To help you make up your mind here are some great locations for a little inspiration. Tobago With over 400 species of birds, dense jungle rainforest and uncrowded beaches...

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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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Recovery and Ruins in Huanchaco, Peru
May23

Recovery and Ruins in Huanchaco, Peru

Northern Peru weren’t exactly kind to me.  In Mancora, I picked up a nasty stomach bug from a hamburger.  So rather than spending the 3 days there surfing, eating ceviche, and laying around on the beach, I spent it on the toilet, and letting anti-biotics wage war in my body.  So, by the time I got to Huanchaco I was feeling really itchy to go out and take some pictures, and explore a little bit. I’ve been to Huanchaco...

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