Photographing light trails in San Francisco on the Golden Gate Bridge

How to do Light Trail Photography

Long exposure photography is a wonderful thing and honestly one of my favourite genres to experiment with. Not only can you create silky smooth waterfalls, stunning cloudscapes, star trails and more, but long...
Lake Louise is perfect for photographing reflections early in the morning.

Quick Tip: Photographing Reflections

I love landscape photography and when there's water around, I always try to incorporate the reflections if possible. Photographing reflections add an interesting compositional element to the photo and can...
How to Photograph Antelope Canyon: Lower Antelope Canyon is more narrow and requires you to climb down some steep ladders.

How to Photograph Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is probably one of the most sought after photography spots in the western United States. With pictures of the stunning slot canyon popping up left and right, the place is no longer a well...
How to Back Button Focus and holding a camera in Iceland

Back Button Focusing Will Change Your Life

I’m a big fan of customizing my camera exactly to my needs and back button focusing is one of those things I set up as soon as I get my hands on a camera. Typically, when you want to focus, you press the...
National Parks to Visit in Winter include Arches National Park.

National Parks to Visit in Winter

Who doesn't love going to national parks during their time off? Marveling at the towering red sequoias of Sequoia National Park, walking under one of the impressive arches of Arches National Park and standing...
Universal Resort Orlando - rotating earth ball with sun.

Are Tripods Allowed at Universal Resort Orlando?

It's official, I think I finally figured out the question of all questions for photographers visiting the Orlando amusement parks - are tripods allowed at Universal Resort Orlando? It is a question I have...
Alligator in the Everglades

Visiting the Everglades the TRULY Eco-Friendly Way

The Everglades are degrading. Agriculture, the sprawl of urban development and human impact, including large swarms of tourists, are threatening the unique wetlands. Waterloss is an issue, the population of...