Travel

Jul 16th

2008

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Postcard From Kona

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7am. Sitting on my balcony overlooking the water, a newly arrived cruise ship, and white billowing thunderheads. Gorgeous here. I’m doing final prep for today’s classes and need to be off in a few minutes. Love it here.

Apologies for not being as active in the comments as I usually am, especially in the post about the decisive moment, in which y’all seem to be getting along just fine without me. I’ll read them all when I have time, but from what I’ve seen there’s some good stirring of the paint going on. Thanks to Gavin Gough for sticking with it and moderating the conversation.

Headed out last night to shoot along the water. I’m not much for shooting landscapes, so once you’ve looked at this postcard shot I did, head over to Kah Kit Yoong’s website for some truly incredible work. Kah Kit is a colleague from the Travel Photographers Network and he’s truly talented. Dude owns more ND filters than I own camera bags.

Matt Brandon has an interview on Duniya Gol Hai (The World is Round)- read it HERE. via his blog, HERE.

Right, I’m off. Aloha and maholo.

Jul 10th

2008

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Jodhpur: The Blue City

Jodhpur is a town in Rajasthan, India, that I would go back to time and time again if I could. Steve McCurry calls it “almost too good to be true.” I spent a week there in January last year and truly felt at home. The walls in most of the old city of Jodhpur are […]

Jul 9th

2008

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Quoted in MSN Travel

Want to be a smarter shutterbug when you travel? MSN Travel has a two page article, in which my opinions (of which there is no shortage,) make a starring appearance. I think the funniest thing about the article, which is not bad advice for folks wanting to up the ante with their travel snapshots, is […]

Jul 3rd

2008

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CategoryPosted in: GEAR, Travel

The Best Travel Tripod, Part 2

A while ago I posted a short article about “the best travel tripods.” I knew when I did it that the quest was quixotic at best, but I’ve never shied away from the impossible. I’m reckless that way. The thing is, when people google “what’s the best travel tripod” they’re asking others to find the […]

Jun 24th

2008

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Polaroid PoGo: July 06, 2008

My sponsors, ZINK, the technologists behind the new pocket-sized Polaroid mobile printer dubbed “PoGo” just told me the product is about to hit the market. The Polaroid website says PoGo hits Best Buy stores (probably in USA only) on July 06, 2008, and in Target on July 20, 2008. Estimated price will be $149. I […]