“Where is your favorite place you have visited?”
This is such a difficult question for me and I try to avoid it at all cost because genuinely, each place I visit is a favorite for one reason or another (you may notice this in my destination travelogues). I try to form connections everywhere I go, whether that is with the people, the culture or the location itself. Some areas are my favorites due my diving experiences, others because of the friendships I formed there, and still others because of the personal milestones I crossed during my stay.
“Where are you going next?”
I generally indicate upcoming travels on the homepage. Sometimes I plan my adventures well in advance and other times, they are more spontaneous decisions.
“What kind of camera do you use?”
My current primary camera is an Olympus OM-D mirrorless 4/3. This is what I use underwater now, along Inon strobes, Fisheye FixNeo video light and Nauticam housing. On land, I use the same camera as often as possible, but when I need something lighter and more compact, I use a Sony RX100 V.
Before going mirrorless, my underwater videos and stills, were just from my little GoPro Hero3 with a Backscatter flip-up red filter. It is difficult to capture beautiful images underwater without a professional camera and strobe setup, but the GoPro worked well to get started since it was compact, durable and priced relatively reasonably. To improve the quality of the base GoPro, a red filter and light are a must.
Some of my older land photos are from my Nikon D5200 DSLR and really old shots are just from a simple point-and-shoot Canon PowerShot SD960 IS Digital Elph.
“Did you take all of the photos on this site?
All of the photos on this site are mine (unless otherwise credited).
“Can I use your photos?”
No part of this site – photos, text, videos or other content – is approved for use or reproduction without my permission. If you are interested in an image or other content, please contact me though this site to discuss.