Good morning everyone!
Travel The Photo will now have a YouTube channel!
I will edit photos that I shot myself, and anyone who is interested in having their photography presented on my channel! I will add a sense of personality and humor to my videos as well! Make sure to drop by and give it a visit!
I look forward to seeing you there! Here is a teaser of the intro video!
Hello everyone, Happy Monday!
I hope your week goes great and, that you make a difference to the world, no matter how big or small.
You might be asking yourself, what exactly is the “sport of the arts”.
Imagine A ballad of beautiful dancers, gravity-defying tosses and the gracefulness of the wind.
This weekend I had the pleasure of watching and photographing the Brigadiers winter guard practice (If you don’t know what winterguard is, here is a link https://www.wgi.org/about-wgi/what-is-wgi/).
WGI World Championships are approaching quickly and they need your help to make it there! As you can imagine, being in Independent World class this season and paying their way to championships on their own can be pretty costly, so even the smallest of donations are appreciated! ❤️
If you love Art and sports here is your chance to make a contribution!
There are TWO WAYS TO DONATE: 👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼
- Log into/create a PayPal account and send donations to email@example.com
- Mail donations to our director, Christian Delmotte, at 204 Montrose Avenue Syracuse, NY 13219
Thank you so much for your support!! 🅱️🖤 We look forward to seeing you at WGI!
Don’t forget to like and share, small donations will add up if we can spread the word!
Winter isn’t my favorite time of year. The freezing temperatures, the HUGE mounds of snow piles that get pushed to the side, and sitting in your car trying to warm up while you turn your temperature knob to the highest setting.
Granted, Winter isn’t that bad. It’s just a small annoyance. If you don’t believe me, take a look at a few of these pictures. The cold is terrible, but capturing these frozen images are worth it.
These photos were taken at Ontario Beach Park, Rochester, NY
Don’t forget to like and share! That would mean the world to me if others can see my photography and give their opinions
Happy late 2019. It’s already past January. 2019 will be gone as fast as it came.
I traveled to NYC for a background role in an Epix series. I decided to snap a few photos to remember the experience.
Some are of the Brooklyn Bridge, subway systems, power transformers and Central Park (I believe).
Here are some photos from NYC
Tip of the week: Take some time to yourself and read a book.
More photos coming soon. Be sure to follow for more updates.
Seattle. It’s a beautiful place. I’ve never traveled to the city at night. My friend and I decided to make a night of it. I grabbed my CANON, took the bus and started in the heart of downtown. I Wanted to take pictures of the city to show my friends back in New York.
While on our travels we met a woman who also enjoys photography. It was the perfect random event. We continued our journey walking throughout the city. Taking pictures of whatever was aesthetically pleasing.
We decided to go to the Space Needle. Walking in the general direction, we found ourselves getting lost, but we finally found it after asking a few people. After a brief stay, we decided to climb to the highest point of, what we thought was the city.
On our way, we met a musician.
Once we reached the highest point, we took some time to admire the view and take some photos. After we took a last glance, we started heading down. At some point of our decent, our friend departed.
We reached the city (and managed to get lost looking for the bus stop). We ended up walking around for half an hour, at least it wasn’t as bad when we first went to the city (it was terrible, just to let you know).
We sat on the bus, with the city behind us and the only thing I could think about was how hungry I was.
Thank you for reading my post! I hope you enjoyed the story and the photos!
Here’s a little story to motivate you.
Do you know what capoeira is? If not, here’s the rundown. It’s a Brazilian martial art that combines dance, kicks, and music.
I made a challenge to someone to try something new and now here I am.
The training was DIFFICULT.
I enjoyed every second. I forgot how fun it can be to challenge yourself and get fit as well It’s a win, win.
So, back to the topic. You don’t have practice capoeira. I want you to try something that interests you. Give it at least a month. You will see how great you are.
I found this old shed while walking. I snapped a few photos and edits of them. What do you think? I wanted to be the same photo and have different personalities.
I’ve had tunnel vision for the longest time. I never liked editing photos because I wanted to see natural beauty. Now, I enjoy editing.
The more I use my camera, the more I learn how important lighting is. I wanted to share my set up experience with you. I hope it answers any questions you have about lighting.
The video can be seen at https://youtu.be/B66vTmaUf7k
Below are before and after pictures.
As you can see, lighting makes a world of difference. If you like this post and video, like and share!