There are worse places to be than gliding silently at water level amongst the icebergs, seals, and penguins of Antarctica.
There are good reasons why the Blue Mosque is one of Istanbul’s prime attractions and one of the world’s iconic religious buildings.
Every spring, the cherry blossoms in Washington DC explode in floral fireworks. Here’s the latest information on the 2015 cherry blossoms.
The Marine Corps Sunset Parades at Iwo Jima Memorial are one of Washington DC’s summer treats. Here’s information and schedule for the 2015 season.
When you think of Antarctica, you probably think of lots of white and blue. I was surprised to find that it’s a lot more colorful than that.
Trinity Church is not the only church in Antarctica, but it may well be the most elaborate.
Cenote Xkeken, near Valladolid, is one of the prettiest of the 3,000 or so underground cenotes scattered across Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.
The rugged, mountainous terrain of northern Laos is beautiful. While well off the beaten track and not really on the road to anywhere else, Luang Namtha and Oudomxai provinces are well worth seeing.
We’re on top of Mount Kilimanjaro. 19,341 feet. It’s no wonder that we’re lightheaded, breathing hard, and tired. But the view is spectacular.
Southeast Asia’s morning markets are much more interesting than the night markets. Luang Prabang’s morning market is no exception.
Hagia Sophia is old. Very old. The building that currently stands on the first of Istanbul’s famous seven hills dates back almost 1,500 years and has had a remarkable and colorful history. It’s also a beautiful place to visit.
From its fearsome gold naga guarding the main stairs, its incredibly lavish gold and red interior, and multi-tiered roof, the Haw Pha Bang at Luang Prabang’s Royal Palace looks ancient. But it’s not.
Hoan Kiem Lake (also known as Sword Lake, Ho Guom, or Lake of the Returned Sword) is at the very heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter and a cultural heart of the city. And it’s rather beautiful.
If you use a lot of images on your Wordpress site and are serious about speeding it up, image optimization is a great place to start and can give some really impressive gains for very little work or expense.
With cameras getting bigger and better HD video recording and burst shooting features all the time, some of them need the write speeds the current generations of SD cards provide. So here’s a roundup of the fastest SD cards available.
If you want to make use of the impressive new video modes of the GoPro Black and Silver editions, these cards are recommended.
A good tripod can sometimes make or break a great photo. Here are my hands-on reviews of some of the best travel tripods available.
Trying to choose between the GoPro HERO4 Black and GoPro HERO4 Silver editions? Here’s a comparison of the differences and similarities.
Wordpress is a great platform out of the box. Here are some plugins that make it even better for photographers’ websites.
Ever tried using photos and images on your Facebook page? It can be frustrating. So here’s an up-to-date guide explaining what’s what, what’s where, and how big.
Online backup in the cloud is coming of age. Here are some of the options available if you’re a photographer looking to back up your RAW files online.
All those photos you took are gone. Before you throw the camera at the wall and fire off a nasty email to the manufacturer, here are some things you can try to recover your photos.
Having trouble finding the resize button in Lightroom? There isn’t one. Here’s a simple guide to what you do instead.
A roundup of some of the best options for small, reliable external hard drives that are perfect for backing up your images while traveling.
If you’re posting images to Instagram, here’s my unofficial guide to image sizes.
A roundup of some of the best GoPro cases out there.
Sigma’s 35mm f1.4 prime lens is a direct competitor to Nikon’s version. But there’s a very big difference in price. Here’s how the Sigma performs in real-world shooting.
If you’ve deleted photos and videos and yet are still getting an error message saying your iPhone is running out of space, here’s the solution.
A 35mm lens might well be among the most useful primes out there. Here’s how the Nikon 35mm f/1.4G stacks up in real-world shooting.
The Nikon 16mm fisheye lens packs a lot of dramatic punch into a tiny, lightweight package. Here’s my hands-on review.
There are prettier and pricier programs for recovering photos from a memory card, but PhotoRec is a reliable workhorse. And you can’t beat the price.
A hands-on review of the new ExoLens Exo 6 for adding telephoto and wide-angle lenses to your iPhone 6.
Chromatic aberration like purple fringe is something you don’t want in your photos. Here’s how to remove it in Lightroom.