Thats right: I went back to one of my favorite photo spots in the world. Come check it out because this is a new take on an old ATB classic photo!
This is definitely one of my favorite pictures from Patagonia, click to see it because it is an amazing mountain lake!
It is time to start showing you some incredible pictures from Patagonia, starting with this adorable penguin resting on a beach!
I took a new favorite picture of New York City! Click through because you definitely will want to see this!
Dallas has a new bridge. Let’s take a look for this week’s Picture of the Week!
It has been too long since I have been planespotting at DFW so I fixed that this afternoon and ended up with a great picture of an A380 coming in for landing!
Yep, still in Dallas this week, but I am featuring a big landmark that I have never shown you before, the campus of Southern Methodist University!
Want to see more? Here are the PotW archives! I finally had some time over the weekend to take out my new lens to one of my favorite spots in Dallas: White Rock Lake. The unsets have been absolutely spectacular lately in Dallas so I was hoping to catch an explosion...
I know, it is crazy! I AM ACTUALLY POSTING A PICTURE OF THE WEEK!
I was back in Dallas after a failed attempt at a trip to Colorado so I grabbed an excellent cloudy picture for this week!
Flying into and out of LAX can be a kerfuffle of sorts with all of the traffic coming into and out of the airport. PotW this week is an image that captures an everyday traffic jam on the taxiways of one of the busiest airports in the world.
I was out in Arizona over the weekend for a friend's housewarming party. He has a place in extreme southern Arizona, which means driving on Interstate 19 south of Tucson, Arizona (so far south the road signs change to kilometers!). Just south of Tucson is an...
Short post today, sorry! I went up with my friends at Epic Helicopters last week for a sunset shoot around Fort Worth, Texas. I got quite a few keeper shots and wanted to share one with you for this week's picture of the week! You'll see some of the big landmarks...
I visited one of my bucket list photography destinations last week and am so excited to share this picture with you!
I am back in Dallas and took a great picture of the skyline with a lovely sunset in the background, check it out!
It is time for another Picture of the Week! Today we visit the Galleria in Dallas, Texas, to look at an enormous Christmas tree that takes up residence there.
Vitruvian Park in Addison, Texas, has some wonderful holiday lights, featured today in this edition of Pictures of the Week!
Was the moon truly super tonight? Was it worth the hype? I will tell you, but you gotta click the link first!
Andy brings you a wonderful new picture from his hometown for a (delayed) picture of the week!
I was lucky enough to head out to Cape Canaveral last Thursday to witness the launch of the NASA Osiris-Rex mission. A good friend had some extended family involved with the mission and it was really cool listening to them talk about the elements that went into making it happen. It was my first rocket launch so I didn’t really know what to expect photographically. Ultimately I was too far away to capture the epic picture I had in mind but still loved this one. To give you an idea of scale, the rocket in the picture below is 191 feet tall! Click through for the picture of the week!
I’m on a quick trip to Washington DC at the moment, testing out some new gear from my friends at Bluffworks.
When I was out on the National Mall today the sky was just so beautiful and blue that I had to get a picture of one of the prominent monuments. The Washington Monument is a stark monolith in the middle of the National Mall and made for a nice subject, I thought.
This is a quick post but I hope you enjoy this week’s picture of the week! (Click through for the picture)
Hello everyone! I was just out in Deep Ellum, just east of downtown Dallas, Texas, taking this picture. Deep Ellum is an arts district that has recently undergone a nice revitalization but has maintained its gritty roots. In Deep Ellum you’ll find great restaurants, concert venues, and wonderful art installations and graffiti walls. Two statues buttress the entrance to Deep Ellum when heading south on Good Latimer Expressway. These status are of the same character: the Traveling Man. The DART train runs down the middle of Good Latimer Expressway and the Traveling Man relaxes across the street from the tracks, playing his guitar and waiting for his train.
I’ve always meant to take a picture of the Traveling Man and finally made time to do it tonight. As part of shooting the picture I also came up with a challenge: edit the Picture of the Week entirely on my iPhone using Adobe Lightroom Mobile’s new RAW editing capabilities. Without getting too lost in the weeds, this enables me to edit RAW images to the level of quality I would normally only achieve when back home or at the hotel with the full Adobe Lightroom version on my various Macs. In fact, I put together a little video about the challenge, so stay tuned for that!
Anyway, here it is, Deep Ellum’s Traveling Man! (click through for the picture!)
I love the Airbus A380. They are absolutely massive jets that are quiet, comfortable, and are the absolute pinnacle of aircraft engineering in my opinion. Now, to be fair, my opinion of the aircraft is probably juuuuust a bit biased since I’ve flown on them five times and each time has been in First Class 🙂
Anyway, I was out at DFW doing some planespotting a few weeks ago and managed to position myself perfectly to capture the Qantas A380 landing from one of the longest flights in the world. I hope you enjoy it, click through for the picture!
Picture of the Week is back! Yesterday I did a day trip from Dallas to the top of Angel’s Landing at Zion National Park. For most people that’s not exactly a day trip but I’m an idiot and thought I could do it! Thankfully I made it up and back safely and made my redeye flight back to Dallas with literally minutes to spare.
This picture will look similar to one that I shared from last year’s hike, but I’m still proud of it! Last year I was going probably out of my station a bit in attempting the hike, I was out of shape and had a few beers at a buddy’s wedding in Vegas the night before. This year the hike was still difficult but I made it up the trail in much better condition than last time.
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I had the joy of taking another tour with my buddies at Epic Helicopters on Friday. The heli rides are not cheap but I love taking photos from such a unique perspective. As we flew over Love Field (home of Southwest Airlines), the pilot let me know there was a Southwest Airlines flight landing underneath us. I know that sounds dangerous but we were at plenty of altitude and the tower told us to fly over the airport. As the flight landed we were in the perfect position for some great photos!
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Greetings! Sorry for the delay for the PotW this week. The United States and Americans worldwide celebrated the Independence Day holiday this weekend. In that spirit I took a couple of days off of work and enjoyed a four-day weekend! Many of you have probably figured out that I have been severely stressed out recently and it finally caught up with me last week. This weekend was just what the doctor ordered: relaxing with good friends at pool parties and quite a few adult beverages!
I’m back at work and feel relaxed and ready to take on the world. I may actually book a trip to Europe to celebrate! Anyway, America loves fireworks around New Year’s Eve and the 4th of July. One of the biggest fireworks displays in the country is in Addison, Texas, a suburb very close to Dallas. They call it Kaboom Town, and for good reason. Click through to see the amazing shot!
Every once in a while I’ll take my camera if I’m walking around a place where I think there will be flowers or other interesting things to photograph. Something I’ve been getting into more and more lately is macro photography. I own the Sony 90mm FE macro lens, which is one of my favorites for portraits, but only recently I’ve started actually using it to shoot close up images.
Well that was a long explanation…I found a pretty flower that had a bunch of miniature blooms on it so I took a picture of it. Click through for this week’s Picture of the Week!
I’m back in Dallas after an exhausting trip to Asia. Check out one of my favorite pics from the trip: a MASSIVE full-size panorama of the Singapore skyline!
Well, I had a great week in Tokyo. It was a bit exhausting but was nonetheless wonderful. My schedule was so jam-packed that I didn’t have time to get out and photography much, but the last evening of my stay in Tokyo I glanced out the window of my office building and saw absolutely beautiful light over Shiba Park and the Tokyo Tower.
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Konnichiwa! Reporting from Tokyo here with this week's picture of the week. I'm not sure how much time I'll have during the week to get out and take pictures so I had to do my best today. Unfortunately It rained most of the morning, only clearing up once I had made...