As I wrote in my TripAdvisor review: Angel’s Landing is for PSYCHOPATHS. Despite my recent forays into trail running, I still don’t consider myself an “outdoors” person. So for … Continue reading Utah: Angel’s Landing is for Psychopaths
As part of my Norway In A Nutshell tour, an overnight cruise down the western coastline from Trondheim to Bergen was included. Cons: Seasickness kept me up most of … Continue reading Norwegian coast: From Trondheim to Bergen
My first, and thus far only, trip to Asia was in the summer of 2012. It was a three week trip to China where I visited Beijing, Xi’an, Chongqing, … Continue reading China: Six Years Removed
When people ask me if they should visit Iceland, I throw two questions back at them: 1) Do you like rocks? 2) Do you like wind? If so, you’ll … Continue reading OneLens Travel Throwback: Iceland
First photography post from my September 2015 trip to Italy. Equipment specs: Canon 5D Mark III. Lens: Canon 50mm, Canon 85mm. Additional post work done in Photoshop. This was an eight-day, … Continue reading OneLens In Italy, Part 1
OneLensInChina presents the best photography of 2014. Locations include Iceland, Las Vegas, the Domican Republic, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
Cameras: Canon T3i, iPhone 5s
Lens: Canon 18-55mm, Canon 55-250mm, Sigma 10-20mm
Just a little early summer, St. Lucia flashback. Was hoping to get some of my sunset photos into Photoshop and see what type of saturation and contrast adjustments I could … Continue reading OneLens Revisits Soufriere, St. Lucia
Second stop on our Iceland Excursions Golden Circle Classic tour. Gullfoss waterfall–One of the most popular tourists sites in Iceland. This is in the Southwest, at the canyon of Hvítá … Continue reading OneLens at Gullfoss Waterfall, Iceland
First stop on our Iceland Excursions Golden Circle Classic tour. Þingvellir National Park–A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Reflected in much of the surrounding geology, this is the site where the … Continue reading OneLens at Þingvellir National Park, Iceland
Two things to know about Iceland: ICELAND IS NICE…IF YOU LIKE ROCKS. ICELAND IS NICE…IF YOU LIKE WIND.
Travel photos-part two-from my New Years Trip to Dallas, TX. All taken in the historic Arts District. Experimented with more filters and selective color saturation in Photoshop–bending reality more than … Continue reading OneLens In Dallas, TX Part 2
Photos only OneLens post from my New Years trip to Dallas, TX…Stayed in the Arts District and hit most of the popular attractions: Dallas Museum of Art, JFK stuff, American … Continue reading OneLens in Dallas, TX
Shot on my Canon T3i in and around Soufriere St. Lucia, October 2013. Lens: Sigma 10-20mm, Canon 18-55mm. Highlights: hiking both Gros and Petit Piton, Anse Mamin and Chastanet beaches, … Continue reading OneLens in St. Lucia at 24fps in 01:38
Disclaimer: I am probably the only person that will like the pictures in this post. I understand handheld, in-camera long exposures are experimental. Enjoy. Skyline as seen from a Huang … Continue reading Recycled Post: A Series Entitled: If I Had Dropped X on the Huang River
As seen in the Africa section of the Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Not with my original “one lens” (Canon kit 18-55mm as shot in China) … Continue reading One Lens at Animal Kingdom: Orlando, Florida
OneLens throughout the White Mountains, including Flume Gorge, Franconia Notch State Park, Ripley Falls, Arethusa Falls, and Bartlett (I can’t Cap Lock this enough: EAT AT CABIN FEVER! Small and … Continue reading Four Days in the White Mountains, NH in 01:32
One Lens: Boom. Raosted. LIKE A PEPPER! And other quotable quotes from two weeks in the East Orient (For a larger viewing window, click the blue “One Lens” link above … Continue reading Boom. Roasted. LIKE A PEPPER! (And other musings overheard in the East Orient)
Shot over two exhausting and splendid weeks wandering the Chinese landscape: Beijing, Xi’an, Chongqing–>the Yangtze River–>Yichang, and Shanghai.
My first serious foray into shooting video (24fps) on my Canon t3i.
Kit lens 18-55mm
Entirely handheld—If you couldn’t already tell :)
Music: Radical Face, “The Strangest Thing”
Very similar to, but slightly different from, “Mutianyu Tilt-Shift #2”