Posts Tagged ‘photog’

Stairs to Petrov

I’ve been very busy this past week trying to catch up with editing and with a couple of commercial shoots, I am almost done with the photos of the first city I’ve visited in the trip to Europe, Brno, in the Czech Republic and I’ll be posting a gallery of all the finished images soon. […]


Charles Bridge in Prague | HDR Photo

It is time now to start working on the photos taken during the trip to Europe, having more time to edit and upload, so I am starting today with an image of Charles Bridge at sunrise. Prague was really great, even do, in my opinion, it is to crowded with tourists, so to get a […]


Trip to Europe | Day 8 | Budapest to Prague

I am now in Prague, this is my last stop in the trip, before coming back home in a couple of days. There is not really to much to report from yesterday as we just traveled by car from Budapest to Prague. The drive was longer than expected, it was supposed to be about 5 […]


Trip to Europe | Day 7 | Budapest

I am packing up and prepping to move to the last stop of the trip today, I’ll spend the weekend shooting in Prague, and then return home. The trip from Budapest to Prague, seems to be around 5 hours drive, and I am also planning to visit the famous thermal spring baths here in Budapest […]


Trip to Europe | Day 7 | Budapest

I am packing up and prepping to move to the last stop of the trip today, I’ll spend the weekend shooting in Prague, and then return home. The trip from Budapest to Prague, seems to be around 5 hours drive, and I am also planning to visit the famous thermal spring baths here in Budapest […]


Trip to Europe | Day 6 | Budapest

Budapest is really awesome, however is bigger than expected, as always, yesterday started to walk around and realized that the city was really big, and the main sights are all over the places, so to the contrary to the prior cities I went this one is more difficult to walk around as distances between the […]


Trip to Europe | Day 6 | Budapest

Budapest is really awesome, however is bigger than expected, as always, yesterday started to walk around and realized that the city was really big, and the main sights are all over the places, so to the contrary to the prior cities I went this one is more difficult to walk around as distances between the […]


Trip to Europe | Day 5 | Vienna

Here I am, ready to start my first day in Budapest, but not before uploading some of the pictures taken yesterday in Vienna. I am going to stay 2 more nights in Budapest, that will give me time for some twilight and night shots, that I couldn’t do in Vienna and Bratislava as we were […]


Really Thankful

I am actually rushing trying to finish last minute errands and coordinating pending deliveries in the studio as the 10 day trip to Europe is around the corner. I am really excited about the trip and itinerary, so stay tuned because it is my plan to post daily pictures and stories from the road starting […]


Desert View Watchtower | Grand Canyon South Rim

The Grand Canyon in Arizona offer great opportunities for travel and landscape photographers, but if you do a little of research most of the pictures are done outdoors, however there is also plenty of opportunities inside the historic buildings within the park, in this case inside the Desert View Watchtower located in the South Rim. […]


Painting with Light | Laser Edition

I think I already mentioned here that I really liked my painting with light experiment…. Now I’m totally convinced that there are endless possibilities and alternatives to work with this technique, I just finished processing a couple of images that were outtakes from shoot I made for the South Florida Camera Club contest ┬ámentioned in […]


Morning in the beach

Caribbean, coconuts, beach…. the good life.. Got this image in a recent trip to Nassau in the Bahamas, it was a quick 2 day business trip, but I brought the camera with me. With almost not opportunity to shot the first couple of days, I decided to “make and effort” and wake up early in […]


If you want to learn more about microstock….

I just finished reading the book Microstock Money Shots: Turning Downloads into Dollars with Microstock Photography written by Ellen Boughn. Ellen, has worked in the stock industry for more than 30 years, making her one of the today’s go to consultants in the subject. In this book she describes with detail all aspects of the […]