Category Archives: Vietnam

Wishing everyone peace, love, health and happiness in the new year! This is a Buddha Reflection photographed at Marble Mountain in Da Nang, Vietnam.

I am very excited to be speaking about travel photography at Viewfinders Camera Club this Wednesday September 21st from 6:30-8:30. The meeting will be held at the Western Reserve Land Conservancy at 3850 Chagrin River Rd. in Moreland Hills, Ohio.… […]

I am very excited to be speaking about travel photography at Shutterbugs Camera Club this Thursday September 1st from 6:30-8:30. The meeting will be held this month at the Heritage House on the Chardon Square in Chardon, Ohio. The Heritage… […]

This photo was taken in Vietnam in 2013. Vietnam is another country that is definitely on my list to revisit. Lately, I have been pretty busy editing cosplay photos, which has taken time from my prior and more technical blog… […]

I traveled to London a few weekends ago to visit an opening event that one of my images was to be displayed at and also catch up with some great friends that live in the area. The event was to… […]

The 9th Annual Focus Competition was held in Solon Ohio on Friday, April 11, 2014. Focus is a photography competition bringing communities together through art in Northern Ohio. Three of my photos were chosen for the Judges Choice Photo Exhibition:… […]

Last year I traveled around the Dalat area in Vietnam for several days. I had an amazing guide during this time (thank you Trung Tín Hứa ) who quickly realized the kind of photos I wanted to take. He helped… […]

Barbara Tannenbaum, Curator of Photography at the Cleveland Museum of Art, selected three of my images to be included in the 2013 Western Reserve Open Photography Competition. The pieces are Googly-Eyes Adelies, Vietnam Five, and Working in India #1. They… […]

During my trip to Vietnam in the spring of this year I visited the town of Sapa in the Sa Pa district of the Lao Cai province.  It was there that I came across this amazing elderly woman from the… […]

When I arrive at a scene, sometimes my first instinct is to shift into comfort mode and shoot the same way I often do: shallow depth of field, portrait mode, wait for a subject to look, etc. In Vietnam I… […]

I wanted to share another drive-by photo from Vietnam.  We were on a freeway without any place to safely stop when these amazing rice paddies appeared.   The colors of the worker against the green were amazing.  I was able to… […]

In Vietnam there are lots of fascinating people on bikes carrying anything from pigs, chickens, to absolutely unidentifiable goods.  When is the most common time to see these wonderful subjects?  While driving, of course.  This presents some interesting challenges. While… […]