Posts Tagged ‘Stock Photography’

Wandering in Yangon | Myanmar

Yangon truly is a bustling city. Despite the fact that it’s the former capital of Myanmar ever since 2006 rolled around, and the government relocated to Naypidaw, it’s still the country’s largest city and commercial center. Over 5 million souls call it home. The city is also known as Rangoon, but the name was changed […]


Moscow to St. Petersburg in the Sapsan

Still working on the photos from the trip to Russia, you can see the first photos from Moscow on my prior post here. Like mentioned before, I was 4 days in St. Petersburg as well, moved between cities using the first hight speed train within Russia, better known as Sapsan or the Peregrine Falcon. The service […]


Bridge of Lions in St. Augustine

One the most iconic places in St. Augustine is the famous Bridge of Lions, imposible to miss this bascule bridge connects downtown St. Augustine with Anastasia Island. This is a very nice structure, the original bridge was completed in 1927, but it was declared “structurally deficient and functionally obsolete” in 1999 by the Department of Transportation. […]


Flagler College in St. Augustine

Here is an exterior shot of the main building of the Flagler College in St. Augustine, taken at dusk, I really love this time of the day for shoot. Needless to say this is an amazing building and if you are in the area I recommend you to take the guided tour, it is a […]


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 […]


Trip to Europe | Day 1

Just arrived to Brno, in the Czech Republic, after more than 16 hours of flight and a 2 hour drive, from Prague. But it tell you more about this city in the next post. In the meantime, here is a little map of the trip I am intending to make in the next 10 days, […]


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. […]


Colorful South Beach

If you walk in South Beach you’ll find neon, art deco and colorful buildings all over the places, needless to say this is one of the top travel destinations in the world. South Beach is in my backyard and to be honest I don’t go there as often as I should, from people to architecture, […]


A quick visit to the Miami Railroad Museum

About 4 weeks ago I went to the Railroad Museum, here in Miami. I really loved the place; there are plenty of possibilities and awesome shoot opportunities. The subject was ideal to try some HDR, like always I use HDR to try to show the image in a more realistic way trying to capture a […]


A great tool to market and distribute my images

I’ve been using Photoshelter for some time now, at first just to have an online back up of my images and to easily showcase my work in galleries. But with the time they have introduced more and more tools, and today I use it almost every day as part of my workflow. Photoshelter is a […]


Boost your Microstock income with HDR photos

HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos can be a great way to increase your potential income from microstock sites, in fact some of my best seller images are HDR. I know HDR it’s a very controversial subject among photographers, just mention it in any forum and you’ll have very intense discussions. If you look around for […]


My first year in microstock photography

I started contributing to microstock photo agencies about a year ago, I tried other outlets before that, none of them worked for me, or maybe, I was not patient enough to see the results. I was also really skeptical to license my images for such tinny prices, in some cases for cents, but a great […]