18 November 2017 : Saturday Nov 2017 : Saturday See More Photos of:  #80Stays, Camera Gear, Sony A7R 2 Follow Tina on Instagram She’s got all kinds of interesting stuff going on… I guess that is what it is like when you an actual cello rock star. I wouldn’t know! Anyway, follow her here @TinaGuo. Daily Photo – Tina Guo Playing a Quadcopter Well, I don't think it's actually a quadcopter, but I'm sure she could play one. I saw her in concert twice with Hans Zimmer, and she always...
Often times, when we have photo workshops, I try to challenge the group to take as many different types of photos as possible from a scene. This usually means a combo of wide-angle shots and telephoto shots. The two photos today are a good example of this! My first morning in Grand Cayman Island was probably the most productive of all my photo-mornings there. For one thing, I was SO TIRED when I woke up that I could barely force myself out of bed and out of the room to take photos.
16 November 2017 : Thursday Nov 2017 : Thursday Moscow Photowalk Recap Here’s a re-cap of our photo walk in Moscow! VIDEO Daily Photo – Girl in Mall in Moscow I really enjoyed taking photos of people in Russia. Girls and guys, it makes no difference… I just found them all to be really interesting-looking. I can't quite explain it. It's sort of a parallel universe, in a way. If you click on the Russia category above, you'll see a few more of these interesting people! Photo Information Date...
In Okinawa, Japan with the whale sharks! Here are Tane and Olya watching the amazing beast float over them. I want everyone to know, including and especially the PR team at the aquarium, that there was absolutely no editing of this photo.
I had a great day and art talk with a group of US Marines in Okinawa, Japan! These brave Marines are on the front lines over here by North Korea and spend their "downtime" doing everything from helping build schools in the Philippines to assisting with disaster relief. #marineshttps://t.co/ynh36O5Zf9
I'm doing a photo talk today at the US Marine Base in Okinawa. It will be great to visit with the Marines and I believe some of the combat photographers will be coming along as well. See you soon Marines! :) https://t.co/9cOle9LaXU
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