Two Photos in Inspired Eye Issue 62

Asia, International Travel, Photography, Publications

Issue 62 of Inspired Eye Magazine is now out and includes two of my photos in their Reader’s Gallery: “Souq Waqif, Doha, Qatar” (bottom right, p. 175) and “Asakusa Kannon Temple, Tokyo” (bottom right, p. 179). Always happy to be included among such talented photographers.

You can now purchase select prints of mine online:
https://society6.com/jgtravels

2015 Re-edits: Souq Waqif, Doha, Qatar

Asia, International Travel, Photography

I enjoy re-editing older photos. One, I hope I’ve gained some skills I didn’t possess when I originally edited the photos. Second, it gives me a chance to go back through the originals and see if I spot something I missed the first time around. In this case, I had edited this one before in black & white, though with a different program and in a different aspect ratio.

Souq Waqif, Doha, Qatar (2015)

You can order this photo as an art print through my Society6 store: unframed or framed.

My Last JGTravels Piece for Tres Jolie Magazine

Asia, International Travel, Photography, Publications, Travel

My last “JGTravels” piece for Tres Jolie Magazine appears in their 2016 Red Issue. For this piece, I shared some photos of mine from the Souq Waqif in Doha, Qatar. Print and digital copies of the magazine are available here: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1071607

You can now purchase select prints of mine online:
https://society6.com/jgtravels

Christmas in Qatar – Nikon Rumors

Asia, International Travel, Photography, Travel

The editor at NikonRumors was kind enough to publish another guest post of mine, this time entitled “Christmas in Qatar with the Nikon D7100.” You can find it here: http://nikonrumors.com/2016/03/19/christmas-in-qatar-with-the-nikon-d7100.aspx/

Souq Waqif, Doha, Qatar

Asia, International Travel, Photography, Travel

Doha’s Souq Waqif (“the standing market”) is noted for selling traditional garments, spices, handicrafts, and souvenirs. It is also home to dozens of restaurants and Shisha lounges. Although it dates back at least a hundred years, it was renovated in 2006 to conserve its traditional architectural style. Originally, the site was a gathering place where Bedouins and locals would trade a variety of goods, primarily livestock. Today there are still pet stalls that sell a variety of domestic pets, including dogs, cats, rabbits, turtles and birds.

(Nikon D7100, December 2015)