Sometimes you just have to stop in the middle of the road and take a photo!Read More
I love shooting the skyline in any city that I visit. It's just something I love. Today I share a pair of skyline photos from right here in Austin. Sometimes you can capture amazing views right in your backyard!Read More
I am not sure why, but it seems that the sunsets in New Mexico are always pretty spectacular. The color in the sky is always very vibrant and saturated, and I love that. I can imagine taking a lot of photos of the sky if I lived there.
I grabbed this shot one evening in Santa Fe, when I was up on top of the one hill in town, where you can find the Cross of the Martyrs. While there are a lot of mountains outside of town, inside of town it seems there is just this one hill.
This spot offers a commanding view of the town, but since Santa Fe is not exactly a large town, and one without any skyscraper-type buildings, don’t go up there with expectations of shooting an amazing skyline shot. There’s not really a skyline to shoot.
But that’s ok, because as you can see if you read my list of best places to shoot in Santa Fe, there is a LOT of awesomeness to shoot there.
Sometimes, I ignore all the rules on composition and just aim my camera at something interesting. The clouds out in New Mexico are just so fabulous!
I caught this shot in London, right by the London Eye. The clouds were doing all this magic, and I just loved it. Then I noticed this little break in the clouds, and saw that jet stream coming through it all. I had to shoot that! I always enjoy shooting the big stuff when I travel, but sometimes these little shots are just as much fun. Well, almost. :)