One of the best things about traveling to Nepal for a photographer is that the locals, especially the children, love to be photographed.
Archives for April 2011
It’s Friday night about 1:00AM and I just got back from dropping Christy off at LAX airport. I’m still high on caffeine from the late drive.
It all started with an article in the Japan Times. After reading about the rich history that Takayama has to offer and seeing photos of the old buildings and streets decorated with a thick layer of snow, I decided I had to make a trip there this winter.
Animals can be amazing subjects to photograph. Many times it’s a rare and short opportunity to get a truly great shot of any animal. The problem is that most animals don’t want to pose for photos.
Scott and I are big on taking advantage of long layovers at places we have never visited before, and Japan was no exception.
One of my favorite things to do in photography is to create feathered water. I’ve always wanted to create a fog affect under a pier, so a couple weeks ago I headed to the Oceanside pier to take some long exposure photos.