It has been too long since I’ve done a photography tutorial, so let me show you exactly how I took this Picture of the Week and even how I made all of the edits!
Boom. Nailed it. Twice. Check out these pictures of Dallas because they just might be my two new favorites and you love seeing great pictures.
I’m still torn about this one, what do you do when you get set up for a great shot and the final result kinda…well…sucks?
First off, you should definitely see this picture. Secondly, the story isn’t bad either, click because you like great stories!
Yep, took the drone with me to Austin for a super special picture. Click because you like bridges!
Picture of the week? Sunrise? Norway? You bet. Click to see the picture because sunrise and Norway.
I went to Norway. Read this article because it is the first picture I’m sharing from my trip!
Definitely got lucky with this one, I caught a supermoon over the Sydney Opera House!
Bali is famous for many things. I decided to check out one of those things: the Tegalalang Rice Terraces. It made for one heck of a Picture of the Week, that is for sure!
Wow what a morning in Fort Worth! Warm sunlight shining through the skyscrapers of downtown Fort Worth cast brilliant shadows over the city. I was able to capture it in this awesome panorama shot from a drone!
Thats right: I went back to one of my favorite photo spots in the world. Come check it out because this is a new take on an old ATB classic photo!
This is definitely one of my favorite pictures from Patagonia, click to see it because it is an amazing mountain lake!
It is time to start showing you some incredible pictures from Patagonia, starting with this adorable penguin resting on a beach!
I took a new favorite picture of New York City! Click through because you definitely will want to see this!
Dallas has a new bridge. Let’s take a look for this week’s Picture of the Week!
It has been too long since I have been planespotting at DFW so I fixed that this afternoon and ended up with a great picture of an A380 coming in for landing!
Yep, still in Dallas this week, but I am featuring a big landmark that I have never shown you before, the campus of Southern Methodist University!
Want to see more? Here are the PotW archives! I finally had some time over the weekend to take out my new lens to one of my favorite spots in Dallas: White Rock Lake. The unsets have been absolutely spectacular lately in Dallas so I was hoping to catch an explosion...
I know, it is crazy! I AM ACTUALLY POSTING A PICTURE OF THE WEEK!
I was back in Dallas after a failed attempt at a trip to Colorado so I grabbed an excellent cloudy picture for this week!
Flying into and out of LAX can be a kerfuffle of sorts with all of the traffic coming into and out of the airport. PotW this week is an image that captures an everyday traffic jam on the taxiways of one of the busiest airports in the world.
I was out in Arizona over the weekend for a friend's housewarming party. He has a place in extreme southern Arizona, which means driving on Interstate 19 south of Tucson, Arizona (so far south the road signs change to kilometers!). Just south of Tucson is an...
Short post today, sorry! I went up with my friends at Epic Helicopters last week for a sunset shoot around Fort Worth, Texas. I got quite a few keeper shots and wanted to share one with you for this week's picture of the week! You'll see some of the big landmarks...
I visited one of my bucket list photography destinations last week and am so excited to share this picture with you!
I am back in Dallas and took a great picture of the skyline with a lovely sunset in the background, check it out!
It is time for another Picture of the Week! Today we visit the Galleria in Dallas, Texas, to look at an enormous Christmas tree that takes up residence there.
Vitruvian Park in Addison, Texas, has some wonderful holiday lights, featured today in this edition of Pictures of the Week!
Was the moon truly super tonight? Was it worth the hype? I will tell you, but you gotta click the link first!
Andy brings you a wonderful new picture from his hometown for a (delayed) picture of the week!
I was lucky enough to head out to Cape Canaveral last Thursday to witness the launch of the NASA Osiris-Rex mission. A good friend had some extended family involved with the mission and it was really cool listening to them talk about the elements that went into making it happen. It was my first rocket launch so I didn’t really know what to expect photographically. Ultimately I was too far away to capture the epic picture I had in mind but still loved this one. To give you an idea of scale, the rocket in the picture below is 191 feet tall! Click through for the picture of the week!