Three things that mean a lot to me are sailing, photography, and Arctic Norway, where Phyllis and I spent nearly three years on Morgan’s Cloud. After much thought, and not a little planning, I would like to personally share this magic combination with you.
Ever since Colin posted his excellent two-part series of wildlife photography tips, I have been wracking my brains to do the same for travel photography, my specialty. Writing about camera gear, or providing technical how-to tips is easy. But now I’m going to have a go at something much harder: tips on what to photograph [...]
I was walking along the dock the other day and got stopped by a couple who are about to head for the Bahamas and on down-island. First they said nice things about my photographs. After I was putty in their hands, they wanted to know if I could give them a few quick tips on [...]
The first law of getting great shots of anything at all is the simplest – be ready. Your camera should be near to hand, battery charged, memory card clear and with a clean lens on the body. If you can, make a secure place to stow it under the dodger or in a cockpit locker [...]