In April Sony released the successor to its RXO line of compact cameras, the RXO II. Although when I say “compact”, I actually mean tiny! This thing is incredibly portable, coming in at just 2-3/8 in x 1-5/8 in (59.0 x 40.5 x35.0 mm) in size and weighing only 4.7 oz (132g). But it wasn’t
Exploring Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile and not catching sunrise over the Cuernos del Paine is like visiting Agra in India and not going to see the Taj Mahal. Even though there are hundreds of thousands of images of these peaks, you still can’t help but want to bring home a keeper.
I just had a new article published about my time exploring and documenting the beautiful landscape of Patagonia with Pro Photo Resource. You can read the article HERE Here is an excerpt from the piece: “When most photographers think of Patagonia, they envision rugged wild landscapes, extreme weather patterns and incredibly beautiful light. After having recently spent
Mobile Uploads: The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of the largest and most accessible glaciers in Patagonia. Just 80k outside of El Calafate, Argentina, most people experience the glacier via a simple day bus trip by viewing the glacier from a series of balconies. As touristy as it gets durring the day, it is certainly
Torres del Paine in the Southern region of Chile, acts as the “face” for Patagonia. With its rugged wild landscape and extreme weather patterns, it is no wonder that Torres del Paine feels almost pre-historic when you see it with your own eyes. The first stop in this beautiful landscape was Las Torres. Here is
One of the biggest challenges that most photographers come across is deciding what to bring when you are heading off on a photography trip to a destination far far away. Every year I am fortunate to go through this process atleast 3 to 4 times. Over the years I have gotten more and more comfortable