Manhattan during Coronapocalypse and saw the city as it was in days of yore, with fewer people, even fewer cars, and wide-open space. The day I got pictures without crowds. The day New York was a ghost town.
A photo tour of the eastern shore, Cape May delivers photographic opportunities.
As I was thinking about ways to improve, I thought back to 2008 when I got my first DSLR. It was a Nikon D90 and I remember that day going…
I researched the trip there were no shortages of sites telling a traveler what towns to visit, but very little useful guidance on constructing an itinerary that would allow you to maximize your time in this lovely region.
We visited both the Argentinian and Chilean sides of this majestic area. It really is one of the most beautiful places I have ever photographed
I’ve been fascinated with infrared photography since my days of shooting film. This fascination (obsession is more like it cough cough) started very early in my photographic life. Film IR…
Not only do our need to make excellent images, but the images need to relate to a common theme and they need to relate to each other.
I was born in Trinidad, but emigrated to the US when I was just 6 years old. I felt compelled to return to explore the land of my birth—to learn first-hand of the culture from which I emerged.
At the very least, the laughing camera’s photographs told stories, either momentary or long lasting.
I smelled something burning, and commented, “I smell incense burning,” assuming it was a street vendor hawking his product for tourists. But as we walked away from the station, we not only realized there were no street vendors nearby, but that a large cloud of smoke was growing very close to where we were walking.