A National Geographic Traveler Seminar on storytelling through photography covered basic tips on photography and storytelling. Here are some examples.
Today is our last day vacationing in the Southwest United States. As I want to do on trips of this nature, I took plenty of photographs. Of course, the Grand Canyon was most scenic, but I’d actually say Sedona was my favorite visit from a sheer awe standpoint. The red rocks were insane, and hiking atop the Cathedral Vortex for sunrise was an all time classic memory. Monument Valley and Santa Fe were not too shabby, either. Below find select photos from all four locations. I ran out of battery for a few days so some of the shots were taken with my Samsung Galaxy Note. You can see my complete set here. Sedona The city of Sedona The Cathedral […]
Last week we talked about antisemitism, hate and intolerance, and this week Boston suffered a brutal terrorist attack, an act of hate. Then we witnessed the fallout online with the autotweet debates, which took some pretty uncivil turns. Today, let’s focus on beauty and positive action. Every year I make the journey down to the tidal basin to visually record the brief yet stunning presence of the cherry tree blossoms. These are some of my more popular photos when I share them, usually marking the arrival of Spring This year not one, but two of my photos are featured in Yahoo’s 2013 Cherry Blossoms Galore photo set. You can see all of my 2013 shots here. Today, you will find […]