Tag: travel photography

Time Travel to the Past: Exploring Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar – Travel Photographer in the Philippines

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a heritage park and open-air museum in the Philippines. Located in the small town of Bagac, Bataan, the sprawling area contains a…

A One-on-one Travel Photography Workshop and Tour in Seoul, South Korea

I love teaching. I think it is one of the most important things to do in any craft. No matter what discipline, teaching is the only way to…

Yangyang for Seoul Magazine – Travel and Editorial Photographer in South Korea

Being a photographer comes with many benefits. Meeting and working with interesting people, traveling to new places, and learning new things are just a few of these. Recently,…

Into Travel Photography? Start with your own town. – Asia Travel Photographer

Typically, people who are into travel and landscape photography tend to dream about exotic locations in foreign lands.  But I like to remind my photography students and friends…

Hong Kong Travelogue – Travel and Street Photographer in Asia

Hong Kong is one of those places I will probably never get tired of.  Ask me where I would go if I had a plane ticket to anywhere…

The Fujinon XF 60mm f/2.4 Macro: A Very Good and Very Underrated Lens (Long Term Review)

Since the beginning of the Fujifilm X Mount line of cameras and lenses, one lens seems to dominate when it comes to the most disliked, perhaps even hated Fuji…

A Night Walk Through Nampodong – Street and Documentary Photographer in Busan, South Korea

A Night Walk Through Nampodong My walk began on Jagalchi (부산 자갈치시장) Seaside Road.  This is the biggest fish market in Korea, but stalls were now mostly empty….

The Best Places to Photograph in Tongyeong, South Korea

Tongyeong is a city on the southern coast of the Korean peninsula.  Some call it the “Napoli of the Orient”, but I prefer the official slogan, “The Land…

An Autumn Afternoon on Mireuk Island – Tongyeong, South Korea Travelog

For the most part, I consider myself lucky to be living out in the Korean countryside.  It definitely has its challenges, but any complaints usually go away when…