Join me and fellow travel photographer, Ken Kaminesky, for a Photo Walk around New York City during Photo Plus Expo 2014! Don’t miss this opportunity to mingle with the photography community and get some great shots of New York City while having the chance to take home some truly epic prizes. Registered participants will have a chance to win AWESOME […]
With an overview of the post-processing techniques I use to create my imagery, I’ll give you the basics of the advanced dynamic blending and temporal blending techniques I implement to translate emotional elements into my photography. In addition, I will also discuss how to recognize the different feelings that can be created by shooting scenes at various times throughout day, and how to use the quality of the light to dramatically change the mood of your photography.
From the perceptual, to the traditional, to the digital, learn how I apply a technique called Dynamic Blending to help me capture specific moments in time and blend them together seamlessly into a single image. Learn the core concepts and techniques required to create truly impactful travel photography and maximize the viewer’s emotional response.
I’m proud and excited to share the news of my new Travel Filter Kit, Signature Edition from Formatt-Hitech! The Travel Filter Kit has been a long time in the making and a great deal of thought, love and passion has gone into the production. It’s an amazing feeling to be working with such a great […]
I’m excited to say that I had the esteemed pleasure of attending and speaking at Photokina 2014, the world’s largest bi-annual imaging fair, from Tuesday, September 16th to Sunday, September 21st September in Cologne, Germany.
It was also a week of several firsts—my first time to Photokina, my first visit to Germany, my first time being introduced to an audience by an announcer and my first time presenting on such a large stage at Fujifilm’s booth. From start to finish, it was an incredible experience. I had the wonderful opportunity to meet so many talented photographers, make a lot of new friends and finally connect with several people in “real life” that I’ve known online for years.
I want to thank both Fujifilm and Wacom for inviting me to speak about travel photography and the things I’m truly passionate about. I enjoyed every moment of it!