Tag Archives: Mexico


Travel Photography Tips and Planning

Most people enjoy taking photos of their vacation, something to remember the good times. If you’re a photographer, these go beyond simple snapshots. There are multiple factors to consider if you want to capture travel […]

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10 Helpful Tips for Striking Architectural Photography

Architectural Photography Tips Architectural photography is a little like golf as in the ball is just sitting there; it shouldn’t be that hard to hit a good shot! So it should not be hard taking pictures of a […]

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5 Reasons to Start Shooting Night Photography | Nightscapes

Most photographers tend to avoid night photography, unlike me who loves shooting long exposure nightscapes. I find myself thinking a bit more about the desired end image. Since it’s a long exposure and the shutter […]

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Driving Through Mexico | Exploring 3 Gorgeous, Historic Mexican Cities

With my trip to Cuba around the corner (I’ll actually be there when this is published), I’ve been reflecting on past travels. Then a friend posted a question on social media asking where to travel in […]

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Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios | Cholula, Mexico

The Iglesias de Nuestra Señora de los Remedies (Our Lady of Remedies Church) is a 16th-century Mexican Catholic parish church built atop the Tlachihualtepetl pyramid in Cholula, Mexico.  The church was built with brad stone […]

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Scenes From San Jose del Cabo, Mexico | Baja California Sur | Travel Photography

Our good friends Bill & Erin invited us down to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, to visit them for a week in December.  Normally when I hear Cabo, Mexico, I think of drunken spring-breakers partying […]

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