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Top 10 Photos of 2015

Well, it’s that time of year again – time to look back on the year and choose my favorite images! It’s always tough to narrow it down to just 10, especially this year! 2015 has seen a lot of travel and new destinations to photograph, and there are really so many images I enjoy because...

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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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    Capturing Swirling Autumn Leaves

    One of the great things about photographing autumn colors is that there is so much to shoot within one season. From sweeping landscapes to intimate macro shots, there’s a lot to explore as a photographer! Among the possibilities, and a personal favorite actually, is capturing leaves floating in the water, especially when they’re spiraling around...

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      Getting More From Your Wide Angle Lens

      I remember when I got my first wide angle lens. It was a Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8, which I used on my Nikon D7000. This is one of the best third party lenses out there, and it’s largely thanks to the price point and quality of this lens that I was able to grow so much...

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        Hyakuhiro Waterfall In Okutama Japan

        Some time ago I came across a photo of the Hyakuhiro Waterfall in Okutama, and ever since I wanted to take a visit. The name Hyakuhiro means “100 hiros,” with a hiro being an old Japanese unit of measurement. While the waterfall isn’t exactly 100 hiros tall, which would be over 4 times its actual...

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