Only in New York City can you get the chance to be an angel, stand in the middle of a busy street, and have almost no reaction from passers by or oncoming traffic.
Looking back at my travels of 2012 After an awesome year of travel to some incredible places, I’m home for a while and able to catch up on things like writing this year end review looking back at my year in photos. In the last few months it has been extremely challenging to maintain the… [Read More…]
I love NY! New York City has to be one of my all time favourite places in the world. No matter how many times I visit the bustling metropolis, I can always be assured of discovering something new. I often wonder where the heck the “real” New York City begins and ends. I mean sure,… [Read More…]
Travel Blogger Photo Contest I’m teaming up with TravelSupermarket.com as one of the judges in their very cool “Capture the Colour” blogger’s photo contest. To participate you have to be a blogger and we are requesting that each blogger submit a blog post with photos from your trips around the world that showcase the… [Read More…]
What you get is not what you see (at first) Like a lot of my photographer friends with an online presence, I get a lot of emails and messages asking me about how I create my images. I can’t really say that I have one set workflow that applies to all images I work on… [Read More…]
History, Art, and Architecture Poble Espanyol (Spanish: Pueblo español, “Spanish Town”) was one of those unexpected treasures that I discovered while doing my pre-trip research on Barcelona. I was intrigued to read about the diversity of art and architecture in this special part of the city and I was lucky to be there on a… [Read More…]
Nat Geo… Did that really happen? 2011 was quite a year for me. Like any other year, it had its ups and downs, twists and turns and a few unexpected surprises along the way. The most pleasant of these surprises was having a photograph of mine grace the cover of National Geographic magazine. I have… [Read More…]
One of the best parts about my job is getting the chance to work on my photographs on the computer. For example, take this photo of one of New York City’s most iconic buildings, the Empire State Building. I started off as usual with a very regular looking image with a lot of detail in… [Read More…]