Ever since I was little and first saw the lifeguard stations on Miami South Beach, I have always loved them. Almost every time my family visits Florida we stop by Miami. This was the first ever shot I took of one of the lifeguard stations there and I was only 12 years old. Nearly 5 years later I came back to the photo and edited it Lightroom and gave it a film… Read More
This is another picture of the amazing sunset I saw in Siesta Key. Only 12 years old at the time, I focused on the wood of the boardwalk and blurred out the beach, sky and the sun to give the photo a very unique look (different from the other picture I took of this same sunset). Check out the other picture I took of this sunset by clicking here!
Personally I believe that Charleston has the most homes in the South. Each one has its own elegance, charisma and character. I was about 13 years old walking down the streets of the historic district in Charleston when this house really stuck out to me. The way the owner integrated nature in both its landscaping and the front of their house gave it a really unique and appealing look. Its warm vibes urged me… Read More
Even at age 11 I was astounded by beautiful architecture in Paris. I just loved walking the streets with my Nikon D40 looking for memorable captures. This building resembles the style of flatiron architecture except it was not nearly as tall. However it does have a very unique elegance to it that you can only find in Europe. In my post-processing I brought out that colors of the image a little more and… Read More
This shot was captured with my old Nikon D40 from atop the Eiffel Tower in Paris. I was very excited when I took this shot and finally got to edit years later. Applying my knowledge of editing in Lightroom, I used cross-processing presets, adjusted much of temperature, colors and tones, and used the golden ratio while cropping.