Posts Tagged ‘togs’

Bayfront Park Station | HDR Photo

Wandering around downtown Miami at night its great, there are plenty of opportunities to create great photos. This particular image is taken over Biscayne Blvd. just across Bayfront Park, one of the nicest playgrounds we have here in Miami, so this is one of the entrances to the MetroMover that moves around downtown Miami. This […]

Abandoned Post | HDR Photo

Just after promised myself to post more often, it took me more than 4 weeks to post again…. shame on me…. but lots of things going on, and I was really overwhelmed with work. I am also considering start posting some of the commercial work I do with ModelMixStudios in this blog as well, so […]

Happy New Year from Miami!!!

Yes, just wanted to say happy new year to all my friends, it was a great year,  I got to know a lot of wonderful people, and learned so many things…. as always, the good the bad and the ugly, but you get to keep those wonderful moments. I have great expectations for 2011 and […]

Rushing Out | HDR Photo

I just realized that I wasn’t shooting for me lately, so I just jumped out grabbed the camera and tripod and  headed to downtown Miami for some night HDR, a subject and combination that I really enjoy. I wanted to walk around Bayfront Park and Biscayne Blvd. for some time now, so I just went […]

Photo Tour to Peru in June 2011 | Join me

I have exciting news today, and I am really thrilled to announce a photo tour and adventure to Peru for June 2011. I am going to be leading a 10 day photo trip, organized by Regent Travel & Tours, to one of the most wonderful places on earth, the journey will take us to the […]

The Building at the Side | HDR Photo

I’ve found this building at the side of the old church I photographed last week in Nassau, I fact it’s in the same property but not attached to the church, this church is the oldest one in Nassau, but you can see more information and pictures about it in my prior post or clicking here. […]

HDR Photos in Historic Nassau Church

So, I went to Nassau in The Bahamas once again, this time for business, I believe this is the 4th time this year and I set to go back at least twice more before the end of 2010. The good thing of traveling several times to the same place is that once you photographed all […]

The Rusty Garage

HDR photography, like it or not? I love it. Of course, like many others I don’t like it overdone, and I know sometimes its difficult to know where and when you are crossing the line, so my take is that if I think I went too far, then I probably did. So I always go […]

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. […]

Downtown Miami at Night Photo

Here is a photo of downtown Miami at Night, I like this image because the point of view is different, I took this photograph from the 5th floor of a parking lot near Biscayne Ave looking South, there are some skyscrapers in the area but not as many as looking north, and I like the […]

Old Wagons HDR Photo

Hey folks, here is another HDR photo taken at the Golden Coast Railroad Museum, here in Miami. This is an awesome place to practice HDR photography, in fact I have a prior post with a gallery of images that I made in this location, and you can see it here. They don’t have any problems […]

The Magnificent Hoover Dam

In a recent trip I had the opportunity to visit Hoover Dam, and I was really impressed by such engineering marvel, specially when you think it was constructed between 1931 and 1936, and also because of the massive effort to build this massive concrete structure and the difficulties the project presented. Nevertheless the six companies […]

Rural Mailboxes

Driving to Grand Canyon somewhere close to Williams in Arizona, I started to see unpaved dirt roads entrances from the route, at first I didn’t put a lot of attention, but then I noticed mailboxes cramped along wood structures on the side of the roads in every entrance. I’m not sure why, maybe just because […]

Paris Las Vegas

Everybody knows how amazing is Vegas, “The Entertainment Capital of the World” with major resorts all over, shopping, fine dining and of course, gambling, ahhh I always want to go back. As far as photography there are infinite opportunities just in the Strip alone you can spend days and days and keep coming from more. […]

South Pointe Park | Miami Beach Photo

One the best outdoor locations we have here in Miami to take pictures is South Pointe Park. This is an urban park situated in the SoFi (South of Fifth Street) area in South Miami Beach, really a great place that was completely renovated in 2009.

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, […]

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  mentioned 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 […]

Rusted car in Hackberry general store

Here is a new HDR photo  I took in Route 66 in Arizona, I found this car in the famous Hackberry General Store, this is really a wonderful place to stop  and take pictures. This is a really old gas station now converted into a museum, they have tons of roadside memorabilia, and you feel going […]

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 […]

Painting with light photography

The theme for our September monthly competition in the South Florida Camera Club (SFCC) was painting with light. I saw lot of pictures with that technique in the past but I never tried to pull something myself before. Having not idea where to start I went online for some research and inspiration, and I found […]

HDR Photography with the iPhone

So I finally got my hands in the iPhone 4, just in time to download and install the iOS 4.1 which now includes HDR when you shoot. I was really eager to give it a try and went down the street to test it, and to be honest, I really had fun, I know I […]

The Corvette at Route 66

Keep going back to the images in the recent trip to Arizona, this place in the middle of Route 66 was a great stop with lots of opportunities. This particular was taken with the Nikon D700 and the 14-24 2.8 lens. This is an HDR image made of 5 bracketed shots.

Grand Canyon Sunset

Still working on the images of the last trip to Grand Canyon, and I’ll post a gallery soon, in the meantime I wanted to post this image that I really like. I shoot this image at sunset from Lipan Point on Desert View Drive, I believe this is one the best view points to catch […]