Al Hamra and Jabal Shams: Day 2 of Photography in Oman
Apr11

Al Hamra and Jabal Shams: Day 2 of Photography in Oman

The first day of the Oman in Focus tour was quite intensive.  However, I think the second day was even more so.  It was on this day we got deep into the heart of the Omani mountains and to the impressive stretches of rugged peaks and riverbed roads.  The day started with a visit to a village with a bee colony and a friendly goat.  The day ended with one of the best views for sunset one could ever wish for. Oman, from a travel...

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Introducing Oman in Focus and some Images from Day 1
Apr07

Introducing Oman in Focus and some Images from Day 1

I know, I know.  My site stats over the past couple days have reminded me how terrible I’ve been about posting over the past week.  The truth is I’ve been out of my mind busy with a number of things.  Not only is Vagabundo Magazine due up for another copy of goodness at the end of this month, but I’ve been away on a 10-day press assignment in Oman. I’m a part of a group of 14 amazing photographers from around...

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Pictures of Singapore
Mar07

Pictures of Singapore

You may have noticed over the past week or so that this travel blog has gotten a bit slow.  It’s not that I haven’t been travelling.  After returning to Southeast Asia from Jordan, I haven’t exactly slowed down my pace of travel or anything.  After a couple days in Singapore, we flew up to Vietnam and have already spent a couple weeks exploring this fascinating country.  But there hasn’t been much content...

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Photos of Jordan: A Preview of Things to Come
Feb09

Photos of Jordan: A Preview of Things to Come

I shot quite a few photos while in Jordan. To give you some perspective. On a normal week in travel, I shoot about 100-200 photos, sometimes more if there’s wildlife involved. In a week in Jordan, I managed to pull the trigger about 900 times. The truth is, too, that as a travel photographer, I am careful not to pull the shutter unless I think I have something cool through the lens. Obviously, after shooting over 900 pictures of...

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Trover: A Travel Photography App for Travel Photographers
Feb08

Trover: A Travel Photography App for Travel Photographers

A couple weeks ago I was introduced to a new app geared for travel photographers called Trover.  Obviously, with the multitude of other travel photography and social sharing photo apps out there, I was a little bit skeptical about whether or not having yet another app would offer any value. However, after playing around with the various functions of Trover I’ve come to realize that what Trover has to offer isn’t just great...

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