A Sunset 3 Ways

The last couple of nights, the sunsets in my new hometown of Ulsan, South Korea have been no less than epic. I am not sure what it was. The daytime was nothing special, if not a little cloudy. Then, BOOM! the sky was on fire. The Issue The problem that I have here is that I was not in a […]

Continue Reading

Colorado Tripod Highline AL Ballhead Review

Full Disclosure: I DID NOT receive this product as a tester in exchange for a review nor am I an affiliate. I purchased this ballhead with my own money. This review is as unbiased as I can make it. Buying anything off of Kickstarter is a hit and a miss. When articles started popping up for a weird looking titanium […]

Continue Reading

What Makes Luminar Flex 1.1 So GOOD?

I have been a fan of Luminar for a number of years now. The editing style and the technology that they are putting into their product is amazing. However, I am also still a fan of Lightroom. It keeps everything organized and it handles large amounts of photos better than other editors. With Luminar 3 and soon 4, that have […]

Continue Reading

5 Ways Photowalks Can Make You a Better Photographer

I am not the most social person, especially when it comes to meeting new people. However, there is just something about a photowalk that decreases the awkwardness of social interaction and allows you to meet people on a different level. Recently, I hosted a photowalk here in Ulsan, South Korea. This is sort of training for an upcoming project that […]

Continue Reading

How To Shoot a Sunrise: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a 2-part series. You can read Part 1 here. In this part we are going to look at how to edit your sunrise shots. I feel that his is an integral part of the process. While some out there may spout that “It looks photoshopped” rhetoric, editing your photos properly is essential in getting the […]

Continue Reading

It’s Time to STOP Hating HDR

Around 2007, a friend introduced me to this “new technique” called High Dynamic Range photography or HDR for short. He had just gotten into it and was making some truly epic images. We sat on the banks of the Taehwa River in Ulsan South Korea, looking at what is now my current home. He showed me how to bracket the […]

Continue Reading

How to Shoot a Sunrise: Part 1

I love a good sunrise. I don’t mind getting up and driving through the night to catch one. In fact, it takes me back to when my dad would wake me up to go duck hunting. There is always a sense of excitement as you never really know what you are going to see that day. However, with all that […]

Continue Reading

Subscribe To The Sajin Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest posts and photos from Jason Teale Photography.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest