Exploring A’Sharqiyah Sands
Photographers know it’s worthwhile to forgo sleep and wake up before dawn. This holds true even if you’re glamping in the desert of Oman.
Boxer with mouth guard
This spring I went to Cuba on a People to People Cultural trip led by my friend, photographer Ralph Velasco. Ralph runs Photo Enrichment Adventures and this was his 17th trip to the Caribbean island. Ralph is a great tour leader and I jumped at the chance to explore Havana and the Viñales with him, knowing he’d have a great itinerary planned.
Queen of Hearts Hotel sign in Neon Museum’s Boneyard
It’s hard to imagine Las Vegas without the neon. The flashy signs and iconic lights seem to be part of the desert town’s DNA. But like a limited engagement run by Mariah, even the flashiest of signs has an expiration date. Fortunately there is the Neon Museum and Boneyard where visitors can wander among some of the retired billboards for a big of neon nostalgia.
The Mana Kai Maui during golden hour
During my amazing girls trip to Maui our base for the first few days was the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort. Our first night on the island we took a walk along the beach towards Kihei to enjoy the sunset views.
Norway’s Northern Lights captured on my iPhone 7 plus using the NorthernLights App
I photographed the northern lights with my new iPhone 7 Plus on my recent trip to Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Anastasia Chernykh, this blog’s social media manager, also gave it a go with her iPhone 6. We had some success. As a general rule, the brighter the aurora, the better your chances are of getting a good photo of them with your iPhone. Here are five tips for photographing the northern lights with an iPhone.