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Along the coast of the Italian Riviera, to the west of Le Spezia rests the five villages known as the Cinque Terre. This area is a popular destination, due in part to its complete lack of cars and corporate development. … Continue reading
Panoramic sights, breathtaking sunsets, stunning scenery, iconic religious structures… the island of Santorini in Greece is truly a spectacular place for capturing incredible images. In our annual photography travel tours, we visit several fantastic locations throughout Europe, but Santorini holds … Continue reading
I just did a review on two Feisol tripods that I am suggesting for travel. Check out this video. YouTube.
You never know what kind of surprise you will find when out exploring for photographs. That is why it is a good idea to have your camera with you all the time. I was rewarded with this great cloud formation … Continue reading
Read about on my Slow Travel Tours Blog.
The village of Oia on the Island of Santorini, Greece. Magrit & I are off to the Greek Islands of Santorini & Mykonos in June of this year to put together a photo tour for May 2015. This is one … Continue reading
You really feel like a rock star photographer when you learn the “Blue Hour” technique of photography. It is not very difficult but these few details will get you on your way. -A tripod is essential. -Look for scenes … Continue reading
Provence, France I was pleased and honored to be invited as a featured artist on this great new website, Interesting Photographers from Around the World. You can check out my page here: http://www.interestingphotographers.com/main/en/?p=716 and the other great photographers here: http://www.interestingphotographers.com/main/en/
We have been in Provence now for just shy of 2 weeks. When we first arrived the lavender was just beginning to show some color and we spent many hours combing the countryside for perfect compositions. I got this image … Continue reading