Category: Photography

Engine Valves
Engine Valves

Lately, I’ve been really exploring the possibilities of iPhone photography. So far, I really like what I’ve been able to do. I thought I’d share a few useful tips I’ve learned along the way.


Last week I took a quick trip to New Mexico and sequestered myself in a secret laboratory to learn the latest and greatest techniques of iPhone photography. Although I am not yet a master, I studied with a master. His techniques were dubious and devious and devastating. I quickly learned to be ruthlessly efficient and

Kyoto Temple Buckets

It’s going to be an exciting week. I’m in a super secret location in New Mexico attending an iPhone photography workshop. I’m already a big fan of using my iPhone for travel photos and have started using a bunch of new photography apps.

Until next week, I’m going to leave you with a few iPhone

Kyoto Castle Wall
Kyoto Castle Wall

My next post was going to be Vienna part 2. But in light of the recent tragic events in Japan, I have decided to put that post on hold until later this week.

I have visited Japan many times and always can’t wait to return. In fact, I have a motorcycle trip through the southern part of Japan planned for March 27th. (Whether that will happen now or not, remains to be seen).

A Gentle Soul
A Gentle Soul

Legendary Austro-Hungarian photo-journalist and war photographer, Robert Capa once famously said, “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.” And he was right.

It’s quite simple. Get closer to your subject. Doing this one thing

Hi, I’m Algis


I have an insatiable wanderlust which takes me to some crazy places where I try strange foods, pretend I'm a local and talk with elephants. Keep reading...

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