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Category Archives: Travel and Culture Photography

Foundation Workshop for wedding photographers

I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while, and now that a year and a half has passed it seems like the perfect time.  In January 2017 I went to the Foundation Workshop, and it totally changed the way I see the world through my camera. Foundation Workshop is held in a remote…

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Photos from Guatemala

      Photos from Guatemala Guatemala has been one of the countries I’ve wanted to visit for probably 10 years now.  I had heard so much about the culture and landscape and knew it was a place I wanted to experience and photograph.  Last month, I finally decided to stop making excuses about being…

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Independence Day Parades in Costa Rica

Independence Day Parades in Costa Rica September is arguably the most festive month of the year in Costa Rica. Why? Because September 15 is the day that the Ticos, as Costa Ricans are commonly called, celebrate their independence. This year marks 195 years of independence in Costa Rica and all of Latin America. This country…

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Independence Day in Quepos and Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

Independence Day in Quepos and Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Every year I like to go down to the parades in town here and take photos of the Independence Day Celebrations in Costa Rica.  As everyone works so hard to pull off the festivities for the big day, I like to document the event and give…

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Rainy Season in Costa Rica

Rainy Season in Costa Rica Well, here in Costa Rica we are in the rainy season.  It’s a great time of year for me to get caught up on a lot of things I don’t have time to do during the rest of the year.  Work wise, this means a lot of admin stuff, and basically…

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Cristobal Island Panama

Cristobal Island Panama Last Month I went to Bocas del Toro Panama for a work vacation.  I grabbed my laptop and camera and drove seven hours from the Central Pacific in Costa Rica to the Panamanian border on the Caribbean side of the country.  From there I had to take a forty minute boat ride…

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Santa Juana Lodge Costa Rica

Santa Juana Lodge Costa Rica Last month I finally made my way out to the Santa Juana Lodge above the foothills of Manuel Antonio.  I had been hearing about this rural tourism project from a bunch of people, all with glowing reviews, and I know I had to check it out for myself.  It turns…

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Costa Rica Coffee Farm

Costa Rica Coffee Farm For the past few years I’ve dreamed of going to a family run coffee farm to take photojournalist photos.  This means staying on the farm for a few days and just shooting people going about their daily business, without any set shots, and it also means I am there for enough…

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