How-to Photograph Lightning

— From Nikon Learn & Explore Storm chasers are professionals—photographers and videographers—with years of experience, who go out and find the weather that we usually run indoors from. Along with the bellowing thunder, torrential downpours, tornadoes and hurricanes—the skies are often filled with vibrant colors and brilliant lightning bolts just asking to be photographed. We […]

Fisheating Creek, desde la perspectiva del fotógrafo!

Translate To English Using Google Translation Services Lugar Fisheating Creek es el único afluente del rio Kissimmee, que desemboca de forma natural en el Lago Okeechobee; fluyendo unas 50 millas por varios condados del estado de la Florida, siendo de suma importancia el mantenimiento y cuidado de su ecosistema, que da refugio seguro a algunas […]

Three Different Bikes with High Speed Sync!

Hey there! Looking into my photo catalog, found this group of photos taken with some friends about 2 years ago, riding the back roads of Eastern Tampa, to be specific around Thonotosassa, the three bikes a Kawasaki Mean Streak, a Honda CBR1000RR 2007 and my Triumph Speed Triple; take a look:

Canon A-1 and lenses First Light

Hello, Sunday is almost over, and I am going to wrap this one pretty fast, Yesterday saturday Jul 9, 2011 went out for some photos, for a test drive grab my New Canon A-1 and a telephoto lens Canon FD 135mm f/2.5 S.C., worked superb, my scanner is not that good so I have some […]

Everglades Nat’l Park Project. Phase 1, The Lake

Hello There! Happy Independence Day!, is Monday 4th of July and just got back from a superb hot and sweaty weekend. Everglades National Park Project with a nature photographer friend Juan Carlos. We left the headquarter about 4:30AM, fuel the FJ and head to Everglades Nat’l Park. nice morning, temperature was nice, NO RAIN!, after […]

My 10 Points Check List for Travel Photos!

Hey there, I have to say that Travel Photography is ONE of my favorite way to express my photographic needs, is so rich in so many aspects that you just can’t stop shooting when traveling. In order for me to tell the history, yes you have to tell the history behind your trip!, I putted […]

Let’s Take Pictures of Water Using Long Exposures…

You’ve probably seen photos of streams or waterfalls in which the water looked very silky and wondered, “How did they do that?” Well, it’s easy! The process employed to get that silky effect is called motion rendition. If you set your camera with a fast shutter speed, say 1/125 to 1/4,000 of a second, you will […]

Taking Better Photographs around the Water

Certain environments lend themselves as better photographic subjects than others. The waterfront is one such environment, whether it’s the vast oceans, calm bays, lazy rivers or busy harbors. So the next time you find yourself and your camera on the waterfront—at a marina, pier or shoreline, follow a few simple tips to get great photographs. […]

Which NIKKOR Lens Type is Right for Your D-SLR?

Hello there! Reading about all of the different lens types and abbreviations might be a bit overwhelming, so we’ll try to simplify this as much as possible. You’re interested in one of the latest NIKKOR lenses, but aren’t sure if it will work with your camera. Well, there’s an easy way to know—by checking the […]

At Davis Island… Sunset with a little bit of HDR

Hello There, Hope you guys enjoyed a very good Memorial Weekend. Yesterday, by closing the day decided to go to Davis island for some HDR, clouds weren’t the best but at least I can grab some nice ones, take a look: