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Angkor Wat Photography Tips thumbnail

Angkor Wat is on many a traveler’s bucket list. And whether those travelers are professional photographers, aspiring shutterbugs or just Instagram enthusiasts with smartphones, chances are they want to take home beautiful photos that will help them remember and reminisce about their trip for a lifetime to come. My trip this year was no exception. Actually…

I love a good internet meme, like the ABC’s of Travel, or the Capture the Color contest. It’s fun to see what other bloggers come up with, to get tagged, and to add your own contribution into the mix. If you’re an avid blog readers chances are you’ve also seen My Seven Super Shots, the meme…

Let’s talk about diving, and all the way in which I plan to part with my money in the next year via this very pricey hobby. Basically this post is part brain dump, part desperate plea for help. I have some very big decisions that I would like you to make for me I would like…

Sneaking up on my mom and sister, who you’ve met in a previous post, at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Aiport was a moment of pure joy. It had been about five months since I rendezvoused with my madre in the Mediterranean, and I hadn’t seen my sis in seven. Yet it only took moments for us to fall…

Windsurfing was a rewarding new challenge, and getting off the beaten path to explore the mountain temple of Ta Cu was exhilarating, but nothing excited me more than the chance to see, photograph, and play in the famous Mui ne sand dunes. There are two distinctive hot spots: The red dunes, about 20 minutes drive outside…

Canon Rebel Xsi

So I mentioned before that I had ordered a new camera. Well she has arrived and my oh my… what a beauty. I thought it would be appropriate to introduce you all to the team, the family of picture makers that bring you all the visuals this blog has to offer. Some (Mark) have expressed concern…

Summer Snaps: Seven Mile Family Portraits thumbnail

Some of the most common work Heather does — and thus I do, as her intern — is family portrait sessions on the beach. Again, I thought I’d share a little of the work I’ve been up to while I’m not off playing in paradise! Sandy Snaps When I first arrived in Cayman, Heather and I…

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