Packing Light

The visual musings of a globetrotting photojournalist
Crystals & Pixels

I grew up in the golden era of analog photography, the days when film technology and equipment had reached its apex. During this period, some renowned photographers in exotic places around the globe used legendary film stocks like Kodachrome and Kodak Plus X to capture…

Stockholm Express (2 of 2): Crystals and Pixels

15-frame HDR @ 24mm, f/4, ISO 100

On bright summer mornings in Stockholm, the enticing aromas of freshly baked cardamom buns and strong espresso waft out from bakeries and restaurants lining the cobbled streets of the city’s historic old town, Gamla Stan. Located at the heart of modern-day Stockholm, the 13th century…

Stockholm Express (1 of 2): Scandinavian Standout



5-frame HDR @ 17mm, f/2.8, ISO 1600

The first images people usually associate with Australia are those of the Sydney Opera House’s distinctive white shells reflecting off the water in the city’s beautiful harbor, the towering red sandstone of Uluru (Ayers Rock) set against a rugged outback landscape or the Great Barrier…

Melbourne Express (2 of 2): Victoria’s Gem

5-frame HDR @ 80mm, f/5.6, ISO 100

Winding along Australia’s southeastern coast between Torquay and Allansford, The Great Ocean Road is one of the country’s premiere scenic byways. Built between 1919 and 1932 by returned WWI soldiers in honor of their fallen brethren, the road is the world’s largest war memorial and…

Melbourne Express (1 of 2): The Great Ocean Road



70mm @ 1/800, f/5, ISO 100

Tucked away at the southern end of Australia’s southernmost state, Tasmania, is the island’s sleepy capital city, Hobart. The regrettably brief duration of my layover in Tasmania limited my ability to venture out beyond Hobart’s suburbs. I will definitely need to make a return trip…

Hobart in a Day


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