Travel Light – The Ancient and Modern in Mexico

By Jeff Carter Travel Light – The Ancient and Modern in Mexico There is nothing like visiting a faraway land for the first time. Most photographers relish the opportunity to discover new places and experience a different culture. The problem is not knowing what you are going to...

The Colors of Quintana Roo

I resist more and more the term ‘street photographer’. I am a photographer. I do not limit my lens to people, never have and never will. I see life photographically and that makes me happy. I just returned from a trip to Quintana Roo, on the Yucatàn Peninsula...

Discovering The Unknown: A Journey Through Mexico

By Omar Z Robles My work as a photographer has been characterized largely by my choice of subject matter and composition. Best known for photographing dancers against uncommon backdrops, I frequently get asked why and how I choose the backdrops that make it into...

A Day in Cuba with the X-Pro2

  By Daniel Malikyar I’m often asked, “How excited are you for your next trip?” The truth is, the anticipation for adventure never really kicks in until the abrupt lift off from the airport runway – signifying the beginning of a new chapter on my photographic journey. After...