LET’S GET IT STARTED! I have fought myself and my insecurities to finally start vlogging, adding to my China, Drone imaging, and Photography related videos. I hope this will give an insight into what a pro photog does while living, and traveling throughout China and SouthEast Asia. This first video I quickly discuss some photography […]
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Riding camels in the desert. Climbing up massive sand dunes. Listening to the sounds of the wandering sand. Having a great time in north western China. These are all things I did when I traveled to Echoing Sands Mountain (Or Singing Sands Mountain, or Mingsha Shan (鸣沙山).) in Dunhuang, Gansu, China. Welcome to Dunhuang China! […]
I was invited to photograph Guizhou last month and found the province to be quite different than I expected. Unfortunately it was raining while there, and I didn’t have my usual planning (In fact I traveled in a group to preselected places, which is far from my usual method of excursions in China.) so the […]
Images of the spectacular Meili Mountain range in Nothern Yunnan China. One of the most sacred and beloved mountain ranges to Tibetan Buddhists, 卡瓦格博 (Kawagarbo Peak) is the tallest of the 梅里雪山 (Meili Xue Shan or Meili Snow Mountain) range along the Tibet/Yunnan border at 6740 meters (22,107 feet) above sea level. Most of the […]
So, I’ve been busy lately. Really. I have completed the second edition of my Dongguan, China 中国东莞 second edition book, printing now, and traveling to one of the far corners of China, northern Yunnan. Specifically Shangri-La and Deqin/Feilai. I have traveled here due to the brilliant Tibetan culture thriving in the area and the spectacular […]
Yunnan, China has many interesting seasonal festivals and the springtime Rapeseed festival in Luoping is one of the best nature-focused events. You see in spring, the canola (rapeseed) plants bloom a bright yellow flower that blankets as far as can be seen. It’s extremely impressive! I have images of some of the more well-known spots […]
One of my favorite things while on excursion around China is meeting the people. I had a blast visiting with special people the various villages I visited. Here are just a few images of the people I think of when I think of Luoping, Yunnan during the Rapeseed (Canola) flower festival in Spring.
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I love traveling in China and one of the main reasons is the varying topography and the great China landscape. What makes an interesting landscape photo? Compositions can be extremely creative within a given landscape, however, many things help out. Color, details, mountains, rivers, lakes, trees, and many more features help enhance any of the […]
China has a history spanning more than 5000 years old, ensuring there’s plenty of historical items for me to photograph. I have found that China History Photography is some of my favorite work because I learn about why China is, well, China.
What makes China… well China? It’s people. Here, I will showcase some of my favorite China people photography including portraits, street photography, and environmental shots. Enjoy! This images have been taken all over the country, and over the past 9 years… I have so many photos of people, it’s really difficult to choose who and […]