During my road trip to the west coast I’ve seen some incredible National Parks. Point Reyes National Seashore is no exception, from an iconic abandoned boat to foggy cypress trees Reyes’ has plenty of unique things to photograph.
Here is my list of places to shoot at Point Reyes National Seashore:
Instagram is primarily meant to be a mobile app and, if you can, you should use the Instagram app to upload photos.
Some users love to do everything on their computer or laptop, so here is a list of workarounds on how to post on Instagram from PC or Mac. Instagram doesn’t approve of using third party apps for upload so don’t be surprised if a solution stops working. I will try to keep this list up to date with only working apps.
If you don’t have an Instagram account you can signup on their website.
If you’re just having an issue getting photos to your iPhone or Android phone I recommend using Dropbox, AirDroid, or AirDrop to accomplish this task. Every photo I edit in Lightroom is exported to a Dropbox folder so I can easily post to Instagram with my phone. Read More →
One of the best times to visit Washington DC is during the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival to view the peak bloom of cherry blossom trees on the Tidal Basin. With amazing bursts of pink and white the cherry blossom trees create a huge burst of color in the nation’s capital. This year’s Cherry Blossom Festival is March 15 thru April 16, 2017.
It’s difficult to plan a trip around peak bloom since the most accurate predictions are about 10 days before they bloom. I’ve seen many friends come to town and miss the peak bloom by a few days. Read More →