Archive for January, 2012

High Altitude tigers of Bhutan

High Altitude tigers of Bhutan

Bhutan First Tiger at 4,110 meters http://www.resourceshimalaya.org This photo is of historical value for being Bhutan’s first tiger picture in the wild in ThrumsingLa and at the highest elevation (3,000 m) so far reported for the Bengal tiger. Note primula in the foreground. These primrose Primula denticulata occur from temperate forest to an altitude of […]


The fifth day in Kanchanaburi / Western Thailand

The fifth day in Kanchanaburi / Western Thailand

Last night we decided to stay in the Erawan National Park, this will allow us to wake up and hike to the waterfalls before the park will open. Why do this, two reasons : a) will be there few hours before the sun will reach the waterfalls and b) will be there few hours before […]


The forth day in Kanchanaburi / western Thailand photo tour

The forth day in Kanchanaburi / western Thailand photo tour

This morning we took off for the Pha Tad waterfall, western Thailand. We try to photograph it before the sun rise was over the mountain crest, without knowing that the road was not in a very good condition, which meant a longer drive then expected. By the time we arrived at the waterfall the sun […]


The third day of my Photo adventure in western Thailand

The third day of my Photo adventure in western Thailand

The shooting is not going as good as I wanted to go, I am in the rain forest trying to photograph some waterfalls and rain forest landscapes and it is sunny, no cloud as far as I can see. Today I went in to a cave, very nice, but impossible to photograph, I did have […]


Creating Habitates for photography and macro wildlife around my house.

Creating Habitates for photography and macro wildlife around my house.

This January I did have an assignment and it was canceled, so I decide to stay home and change my front yard in to a , I should say a macro habitat with water future and bunch of native and tropical plants. First was the fish pond fallowed by few plants and a patio out […]


The Photographer’s Social Media Handbook from Photo Shelter

The Photographer's Social Media Handbook from Photo Shelter

Learn how to optimize Facebook, Google, Linked in, and Tweeter to generate new business with the Social media handbook from Photo Shelter. http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.photoshelter.com%2Fmkt%2Fresearch%2Fsocial-media-for-photographers&h=hAQFm8919AQE5VSxdjxQbtdp3eAp7sXrzTeMTnPSXy1Mo4A


For friends that leave in the tropical environment

BEWARE !!! Fungus is a silent killer of optics… Trust me, when a photographer confronts those micro tentacles of fungus growing on any of his lenses, its like an attack that of the tentacles of `Portuguese man of war’. It will make any serious photographer sweat in pain, even in peak winters. Camera lenses are […]


ICP Awards – get your entries in by February 29, 2012

ICP Awards - get your entries in by February 29, 2012

2012 International Conservation Photography Awards What are the ICP Awards? The International Conservation Photography Awards (ICP Awards) is a premier worldwide photography event focused on conservation and the environment. The 2012 edition of the biennial juried photo competition, along with awarding cash & merchandise to selected photographers, will include an online exhibit, a 5-month museum […]


Mirrorless camera from Fujifilm – Fuji x1-pro1

Mirrorless camera from Fujifilm - Fuji x1-pro1

FujiFilm will be launching a new mirrorless camera soon, and its tech details were published in a French magazine as having a custom 16MP CMOS sensor, use Fujifilm’s EXR processor technology, feature a second-generation hybrid viewfinder, and will be available with 3 fast prime lenses (18mm f/2, 35mm f/1.4, and 60mm f/2.4). I certainly hope […]