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The Traveling Photographer — Route 66 meets Aurora 2019
The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66, part 2
Traveling Photographer in Japan: Kyoto and Arashiyama
The Traveling Photographer: Photographing People: Guidelines
Japan for the Traveling Photographer Part 1: Why go?
The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66
Shooting in Svalbard: Part 3 (What camera gear to bring?)
Svalbard (Walruses, polar bears and glaciers, oh my!): Part 1 (Choosing an expedition)
Svalbard (Part 2-thermal preparation)
The Traveling Photographer: Understanding Health Risks and Taking Precautions, Even Close to Home
The Traveling Photographer in Oslo, Norway, Part 2: Art and Culture
The Traveling Photographer in Oslo, Norway, Part 1: Logistics and Museums

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Route 66

The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66

Route 66 cut through the heartland of the US, from Chicago to Los Angeles. Known as the “Main Street of America” or the “Mother Road,” it was established in 1926 and became popularized by the Route 66 television show which

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Glaciers in a fjord in Svalbard, north of Norway in the Arctic Circle

Svalbard (Part 2-thermal preparation)

Traveling to a polar region, whether the Arctic or the Antarctic, instantly brings to mind glaciers, icebergs, and very possibly snow, sleet or rain.  These regions also can have rapidly changing conditions, all in the same day.   It takes specialized

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The Traveling Photographer Column on Photofocus.com

The Traveling Photographer: Powering Up!

How many times have you pushed the shutter release on your camera, to take that perfect photograph, only to find your battery is dead and you don’t have another. Let’s face it, as photographers we are only as good as

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The Traveling Photographer Column on Photofocus.com

The Traveling Photographer: Seeing Things

Before leaving on a photography trip I always read a photography book that gets my creative juices flowing and my eyes and mind ready for new and exciting challenges. Joel Meyerowitz’s book “Seeing Things” is such a book. The book

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Route 66

The Traveling Photographer: Driving Route 66

Route 66 cut through the heartland of the US, from Chicago to Los Angeles. Known as the “Main Street of America” or the “Mother Road,” it was established in 1926 and became popularized by the Route 66 television show which

Read More
Glaciers in a fjord in Svalbard, north of Norway in the Arctic Circle

Svalbard (Part 2-thermal preparation)

Traveling to a polar region, whether the Arctic or the Antarctic, instantly brings to mind glaciers, icebergs, and very possibly snow, sleet or rain.  These regions also can have rapidly changing conditions, all in the same day.   It takes specialized

Read More
The Traveling Photographer Column on Photofocus.com

The Traveling Photographer: Powering Up!

How many times have you pushed the shutter release on your camera, to take that perfect photograph, only to find your battery is dead and you don’t have another. Let’s face it, as photographers we are only as good as

Read More
The Traveling Photographer Column on Photofocus.com

The Traveling Photographer: Seeing Things

Before leaving on a photography trip I always read a photography book that gets my creative juices flowing and my eyes and mind ready for new and exciting challenges. Joel Meyerowitz’s book “Seeing Things” is such a book. The book

Read More

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