09-02

Let’s trade one famous city for another. Last week, we cruised along the train system of Berlin, Germany. This week, we’re going home! Well, we’re going to my home at least—New York City—and to celebrate, I’m going to include a few before & after photos for this episode! I spent the first 18 years of […]

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Let’s trade cities for a bit. Last week, we were situated in Granada, Nicaragua. This week, we’re going to move to an entirely different city in an entirely different part of the world—Berlin, Germany. I visited this wonderful city in February 2014 and loved how easy it was to navigate through their public transportation system. […]

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Last week, we visited some fishermen casting their nets along Las Isletas de Granada in Nicaragua. This week, we’re going to stick around in this region, but head into the heart of Granada’s downtown area, specifically to Centro Social Tio Antonio. We had a chance to visit this wonderful place and spend time with the […]

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Time to change things up again. Last week, we visited the very hot and dry Death Valley National Park. This week, we’re visiting the very hot and humid city of Granada, Nicaragua. I had the privilege of visiting Nicaragua last week and am still reeling from the experiences I had. On one of the days, […]

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Talk about changing things up. Last week, we were wet ‘n wild in the cool climate of Little Zig Zag Falls in Oregon. Now, we’re in the scorching hot and arid cauldron of Death Valley National Park in California. If you’ve never been to this amazing place, be sure to fix that. Just try to […]

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Photo Copyright Scott Bourne

While visiting the Teton range, I woke up in my cabin near the Snake River right outside the park entrance and saw the opportunity to make some teaching shots. I thought I’d share a very simple composition tip that will especially help landscape photographers but can apply to most types of photography. When you’re making a […]

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Using Depth of Field for Effective Communication

Recently, I photographed an engagement session that made me work a little outside of my comfort zone. If you’ve ever taken a look at my work, you’ll see that much of what I shoot is with wide open apertures & shallow depth of field. I just love the dreamy bokeh effect and how shallow depth […]

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