For those of you who have visited the spectacular 17th century Wat Arun (Temple Of The Dawn) in Bangkok, Thailand, which resides along the south side of the Chao Phraya river (opposite of the Royal Grand Palace and Wat Pho), then you probably know it for its distinctive group of 5 large Khmer style spires […]
Bangkok’s Chinatown is one of the few places where you can still go and get a true feel for the historical urban culture and architecture of the olden days of Thailand’s capitol city. One element that really makes Bangkok’s Chinatown so visually Thai is the strong presence of the original Bangkok taxi, also known as […]
I want to start out by saying happy holidays, best wishes for the coming new year, and thank you to all my readers who follow my blog on a regular basis. Even though my posts have been much less frequent in 2015 than in past years, one of my new year’s resolutions for 2016 is […]
There are lots of rumors going around the mill at the moment that a Canon 1D X Mark II will be announced as early as January 2016. The question in my mind is if this will prove to be fact or fiction. In my opinion I say nay because the rumor is based upon an […]
I shoot quite a bit of still photography involving work for factories, manufacturing facilities, and power plants. As a result, there are a few things I apply to my style of interior industrial photography which makes the shots look more dramatic than the scenes actually look in real life.
One of the problems with shooting […]
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