Sunsets in Ireland – Always a Surprise and Unique

This past week I was in Kinsale, Ireland which is a beautiful seaside town in Cork (southeastern Ireland). I had some free time to shoot timelapses and two nights in a row I walked for shoots. The Irish weather is always a mystery so my recommendation is to never be discouraged by it or on … Continue reading Sunsets in Ireland – Always a Surprise and Unique

Zoomlapse – What is it and how to make one

Yesterday I went to Paterson Great Falls in New Jersey which is the largest in NJ. The weather was perfect (70s) and the new viewpoint and park walkways were completed. The park is really nice and well kept now if you haven't been recently! Since I've been there before, I wanted to try something new … Continue reading Zoomlapse – What is it and how to make one

Exploring The Vessel at One Hudson Yards – Three Photography Tips

You've probably seen photos by now of the Vessel but I wanted to give you three tips from a photographers perspective. Last weekend the Vessel opened and I went to explore it at One Hudson Yards. You need to get tickets ahead of time so check online. They do offer tickets every morning at 8 … Continue reading Exploring The Vessel at One Hudson Yards – Three Photography Tips

Beach Photographs – How not to make them boring

Shooting landscapes or timelapses at the beach is one of the most difficult things to do in my opinion in travel photography. This is beacause the beach and a sunrise/sunset are so beautiful but the images can be so boring! Here are my two tips: 1) Explore the beach about 2 hours before sunset and … Continue reading Beach Photographs – How not to make them boring

Buenos Aires Photography – Puerto Madero

My first day in Buenos Aires I walked to the Puerto Madero area which is a modern neighborhood of the city.  The area is full of restaurants, scenic bridges, and high rise buildings. Perfect for a first day!  The first thing I did of course was have a nice steak dinner  (dessert shown below) then … Continue reading Buenos Aires Photography – Puerto Madero

Best Photography Locations – Capitol Reef National Park

Last month I went to Capitol Reef National Park in Utah. The park is less than 2 hours away from Bryce Canyon and has some stunning landscapes an cliff faces. The drive into the park is amazing, the scenery kept getting better and better. If you want to visit a national park that is free … Continue reading Best Photography Locations – Capitol Reef National Park