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Bad Weather, Builders On Site, Doors Closed: How To Deal With Common Travel Photography Challenges

There’s a sign at the beginning of a trail in Rocky Mountain National Park that reads: “The Mountains Don’t Care.” In other words, even if you love nature and its beauty, nature couldn’t care less about you—so be prepared for anything. The same applies to travel photography. Even the best laid travel and photography plans […]

Top 4 Habits Of Creative People That Can Help Your Photography Success

I’m fascinated by the creative process. I want to understand it so that I can be creative myself and share my knowledge with others.  During our photography workshop at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, we talked a lot about photo composition—something that will definitely help to improve your work.   But I also encouraged attendees to […]

From Lawyer To Full-Time Travel Photographer—A Rewarding Journey To A Steady Source Of Income

“How we spend our days… is how we spend our lives.” — Annie Dillard Before I was a full-time travel photographer, I used to be a lawyer—a government lawyer to be precise. Back then, my former attorney colleagues and I used to joke that there were three kinds of closing arguments you could make to a […]