Luminar 4: Is It Worth It?

There are a lot of programs and plugins out there that many swear by or even swear at. When Adobe moved to the subscription model, there were people swearing up a storm. Some moved on to free software like Gimp others looked for an equally powerful replacement. The trouble is that up until now there has not really been a […]

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Tokyo Travel Photography Guide

If you have read my previous articles about my last trip to Tokyo then you might be wondering about where the best places to go are. I am not sure why it took me this long to actually go through all of the locations that I shot that trip. I think mostly because there are probably better people out there […]

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My Top 9 Most Liked Images from Instagram

Before I get into the discussion about my images, I want to share a little exercise to help you in 2020. First, make one of these images here and see which images people liked. Look for any trends that you can see. What patterns can you find? What style of images connected with people last year? I am not an […]

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2019: A Year in Review

What can I say but 2019 was a great year to end the decade on. It came with it’s fair share of challenges and but overall I am happy the way it all turned out in the end. Here is basically how the year went for me. Like most of the blogs that you will read at this time of […]

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How To Help Flickr

Recently, you may have heard through the numerous blogs and articles on the web that the CEO of Flickr made a desperate plea to its members to help them keep the site alive. If you haven’t Click here and read all about it. I have thought a lot about this issue because I really do like Flickr and have been […]

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Finding The Holiday Spirit Through Photography

The holiday season is tough for many of us. Especially, when you live abroad like I do. The longer that I am away from home the more meaningful the holidays become and the harder it is to muster up that Christmas spirit. Over the past few years, it has been photography that has allowed me to find the spirit of […]

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How to Capture Cityscapes

Cityscapes are one of those amazing styles that, if done right, can really capture the size and scale of a city. Done poorly, it “just looks like a bunch of buildings” as a friend once told me when I first started photographing cities. So how exactly do you capture a city? Just like any other form of photography, you have […]

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Autumn Review

I love fall in Korea. It is one of the best and shortest times of the year. There is just something about the changing of the season from hot to cold here that gives me a sense of relief. Sunrises are later and that means that it is easier to get out and shot. The weather, as mentioned before, is […]

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Go Where You Can

This past fall was in interesting one. Normally, I would be out for every sunrise, spend hours driving through the night and set up in random Buddhist Temples waiting for the perfect sunrise. This year, it just wasn’t in me. Maybe, I am getting older and I don’t have the drive or something. I managed to get to a few […]

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