As an amateur photographer who usually just takes family photos and tries to be somewhat artistic when traveling, I was surprised to learn that many pros use just their iPhone to take their photos. I guess I shouldn't be, with the advancements that cell phones have made, they do a great job taking photos without having to carry additional equipment.
This is the first post of a new section of WhereToThisTime’s Blog called Tuesday Tips. It will be a mix of photography and travel tips and feature travelers and photographers from around the world with their best tips for enjoying life!
First up is Jaie Chien from worldforphotography.com
Thank you, Jaie, for being our first guest blogger!
WhereToThisTime has added a new section to the website, Photo Clubs, featuring interviews with great photographers from various clubs across the country. First up is an interview with Cory Steiner. Be sure to check out his beautiful photos including eagles in Alaska.
WhereToThisTime Photo Clubs - http://www.wheretothistime.com/photoclubs
Fine Art Photographer Cory Steiner - http://www.wheretothistime.com/photoclubs/yardley/corysteiner/corysteiner.html
WhereToThisThis time is proud to present an interview with Fine Art Photographer and Bucks County/Lower Makefield resident, Josh Friedman. Josh is well-known around our area for his incredible photographs of not only Yardley and Bucks County, but Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, Maine, Yosemite National Park, and more! His interview is insightful and inspirational.
The latest update to the WhereToThisTime site is an interview with Fine Art Photographer Benie Chankin! Benjie lives in California and is a chef for the Motion Picture and Television Fund. His photography focuses on flowers and nature. He has also shared an outstanding Vegetable Torte recipe.
The latest update to the WhereToThisTime site is an interview with Fine Art photographer Natalie Ford. She has done a beautiful series called "Faces of Peace" Buddhas. In December 2013, this series was on display at the Tibet House US. The Tibet House was founded by Columbia University Professor Robert Thurman, actor Richard Gere, and composer Philip Glass. Our article spotlights 10 of the Buddhas in the series. The Buddha of Serenity was featured at Christie's Auctions.
You can read her interview here:
And don't forget about our interview with actor and fine art photographer Parker Stevenson. Parker is known for his work in "Hardy Boys," "Baywatch," "North and South," and more.
Thank you for stopping by and enjoy!