Greece in Pictures

I recently had the amazing opportunity of traveling to Greece with some of my friends. Let me just say I was blown away by the incredible landscapes and architecture. I hope you enjoy these images!

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Travel Diary: Washington DC

I recently traveled to a city that is quickly becoming one of my favorite places to visit – Washington DC. As the nation’s capital, it surprisingly does not get tons of recognition for the beauty that it is. I loved every moment of my trip but I sadly was only able to capture the last day since I neglected to remember my camera until after we left our Airbnb almost daily. These pictures are all of Georgetown and the National Mall area  – focusing primarily on the Lincoln and Washington Memorials. Enjoy the few pictures I was able to capture from DC!

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I recently went on vacation to Roatan, Honduras; Belize City, Belize; and Cozumel, Mexico. I enjoyed the gorgeous overlooks of Honduras, the beautiful jungles of Belize and the sandy white beaches of Mexico. Sadly I was unable to capture much of Belize due to the activities I chose to partake in such as ATV riding and cave tubing that did not allow the use of any phone or DSLR. However, I was able to get some landscape images in Honduras and Mexico and a few portraits in Honduras and Belize. I hope you enjoy my travel images from these three gorgeous cities.


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Landscape Photographs

After studying the work of Ansel Adams I was able to come up with these photographs. Vote using the poll at the bottom of the page or comment below your favorite picture.

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Ansel Adams

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The photographer I chose to emulate for Landscape photography is the great Ansel Adams. Adams is not only one of the best landscape photographers but he is also one of the best photographers and environmentalists of all time.

Born in 1902, he had an early love for photography. He visited Yosemite with his parents when he was 12 and fell in love with art, he took pictures of Yosemite with his Kodak No. 1 Box Brownie camera. Adams returned every year after that to photograph the natural beauty of Yosemite until the year that he died. Adams would often stay in the mountains for weeks at a time, searching for the perfect picture.

Adams never used a digital camera, he was very proud of using film and editing his images in the darkroom. He would stay in the darkroom for hours at a time to make the perfect print.

Adams best work was later in his life when he learned to drop his horizon line to show the contrast between the sky and the ground. Adams was a very instinctive photographer, his amazing instinct is shown in his most famous picture, Moonrise Hernandez. When he was taking Moonrise Hernandez he didn’t have a light meter, only his brain and this is now one of the most well known photographs of all time.

Adams made sure to always fill the frame with landscape and never left any blank space in his image. He also always makes sure to take multiple of the same scene with different exposures and shutter speeds.

Adams was one of the best photographers ever because he focused on the photograph more than any rules for good composition. Many disliked that he went against the rules of good photography but he continued to photograph the way that he wanted to. Adams was one of the first photographers to photograph for an artistic purpose rather than a documentary purpose. This is different from Bernice Abbott who strictly photographed for documentary purposes.

I included a few of my favorites of his below but if you would like to see his gallery I will link it here.