Pure reflections

I love it when the elements come together and all I have to do is press the shutter. Of course part of it is being there at the right time, but when this happens it just perfect.

I shot this yesterday before sunset, and all though sunset was amazing, this is actually my favorite photo of the day. It was just perfect.

Check out the vid to see bts. Unfortunately I received a ticket as I was loading my car to leave. The reason “parking at a park after hours” Super lame!

Miami Sunset 33 of 87

Everglades Reflections

This weekend was EPIC, I hosted 2 Everglades Photography Workshops and they were both amazing. Its always so good to meet new people and take them to this very special place, it is what fuels my addiction for photography.

This was my last shot of the night, literally. The sky was amazing, the colors where epic and the reflections on the water were perfect. I hardly had to do anything to this image. As you can see it just pops.

Camera Settings: 15 seconds F16 ISO 100

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Brickell Reflections

I shot this photo from Brickell Key, and let me tell you, I always get kicked out of there for taking pictures. Whats with you people?? I hate getting kicked out of places for taking pictures, why is this place so exclusive, don’t pretend you do not enjoy looking at photos on the internet. Its so frustrating. I know you want me to buy your photography permit so you can make a few bucks off of me, but I mean really I can’t take pictures form your island??

The security guard told me I could take pictures with my phone just not my camera. So you rather have crappy pictures of this place instead of good ones??? Makes no sense.

Anyhow, I always manage to take pictures before I get kicked out, but it never fails…. At this point it has become a game.

Brickell reflections

Miami Reflections

Here is a shot I took of the amazing Miami skyline form a new angle. This skyline has to be one of the most beautiful in the country, it has all the elements, tall buildings, beautiful sky, water, and some insane boats.

I love shooting around here, you would think that after 7 years I would be over it, but I’m really not, its forever challenging and beautiful.

How I keep things interesting is by going around new places trying to find new perspectives.

Camera settings: 30 seconds F18 ISO 100