Tag Archives: 16-35mm

Path Through The Bamboo In Kyoto

As is the case in many countries in Asia, Japan has lots of beautiful bamboo groves. The most famous one is almost certainly the aptly named “bamboo forest” in Arashiyama, Kyoto, but there are others throughout the country that offer their own unique version. In fact, there are others in Kyoto as well, and today’s...

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    Upper Falls of Sabbaday Falls in New Hampshire

    Getting through the winter months around Tokyo is kind of tough for me. The area doesn’t see a lot of snow as it is, and even when it does, it’s not typically very much and doesn’t stick around for long. Mostly things are just cold and dead, waiting for the revival of spring. To be...

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      Two Stones of the Highland – Lightroom Only

      This is a photo I took back in August along Highland Lake in New Hampshire. I’ve shared a couple of photos I took on this evening, but this photo I edited totally in Lightroom. In fact, about 75% of the edits to this photo were done on my iPad in Lightroom Mobile. I’ve written before...

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        3 Tips For Beautiful Beach Photography

        As a native Floridian it’s natural for me to love the beach, and as a photographer it’s just as natural for me to love taking photos of them. Enjoyable though it is, beach photography does pose its own set of challenges, and so today I’d like to offer a few tips to help you rise...

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          Morning Light On The Pacific Coast of Japan

          Our lives are a mix of internal planning and responses to external forces. Of course this holds true in things like romance and business, but you might be surprised to find it’s also true in photography. I did not always understand this. For the longest time I thought photography was mostly about luck and a...

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