After 10 years in business, TIA reveals in this thoughtful retrospective how it came into existence with an interminable objective to deliver atypical and indelible photographs of our world’s cities.
Here are the reasons why TIA left Facebook and never looked back with any regrets.
If it was previously unclear what TIA’s services were and how we can provide photography for your business needs and projects, this entertaining video demystifies any uncertainties or misconceptions! LOCATION … Read More
Kuala Lumpur. Christmas Eve. Horrendously hot. Morosely muggy. Extremely engrossing and exciting. During my time in KL*, I remember carrying a handkerchief in my pocket to serve two purposes: either … Read More
After plenty of research and a few experiments, I have put together my first “real” time-lapse video. I recently purchased a wireless intervalometer and have been experimenting with some time-lapse … Read More
Greetings everyone! After a long hiatus, TIA International Photography is excited to recommence the Feature Photographer interview series with Richard Heersmink, a remarkable photographer currently based in my favorite city for photography … Read More
By now, I hope I have established that I’m thoroughly enamored with our world’s biggest (and not so big) metropolises. I am crazy about them. Cities are like people. They … Read More
As a professional photographer headquartered in Seattle, I always enjoy learning the locations from where new customers and potential clients contact TIA, and which images they are interested in licensing. … Read More
Hello, everyone! I hope you have all been having an excellent summer (or winter!) in your respective parts of the planet. I have been away for quite some time, but … Read More
“Photographers, know thy printer, for the printer will forever portray your perspective to the world.” A most frustrating situation occurred in early November that has inevitably motivated me to narrate … Read More
Greetings everyone! Welcome to TIA’s latest Feature Photographer interview with Jörn Braasch of Anek-Artwork, an extremely talented photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. Not only is Jörn a very skilled night-time, … Read More
In January and February 2013, Seattle experienced some major low-lying fog for several consecutive days. When the fog descended upon Seattle, it literally transformed the city into something rather exotic … Read More
Tuesday, September 11, 2001, remains one of the most surreal and darkest days in world history and human civilization.
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! It’s been nearly four months since the last Feature Photographer interview. During this time, conflicting schedules, vacations, and pure modesty have often been the reasons TIA … Read More
TIA International Photography would like to use this article as a special opportunity to promote two partners who have been integral to promoting TIA in the last year. The first … Read More
Starbucks Coffee Company recently invited me to make a presentation about night photography for its internal photography club. It was a terrific event for which I had nearly a month … Read More
Greetings, Ladies & Gentlemen! Welcome, once again, to the latest edition of the Feature Photographer series on TIA International Photography’s official blog! I really love doing these features, and I am … Read More
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am thrilled to introduce you to the next photographer of TIA’s Feature Photographer series! She’s Rebecca Ang, an incredibly talented and artistic photographer based in Singapore. … Read More
Recently, PhotoShelter.com presented an intriguing blog topic entitled “Would You Work for Free?” The subject has generated plenty of discussion among photographers who are approached to perform services or contribute … Read More
San Francisco is on my mind at the moment. Since I was a child, I still think it is the most beautiful city in the United States. The Bay, the … Read More
One topic that has frequently been on my mind is the ethics code among photographers. Does a code actually exist, or is it a figment of a photographer’s imagination? Or … Read More
I think it happened somewhere on Hope Street between W. 2nd & W. 3rd Streets, possibly a little after 8pm. It was the fourth day of November in 2011, a Friday night. … Read More
Ladies and Gentlemen, Friends and Subscribers to TIA International Photography, it is with extreme delight to welcome you to the revamped edition of TIA’s official blog! In addition, TIA is … Read More
Hi everyone! Please enjoy my latest photo video showcase, featuring the mega-metropolis known as New York City. This is my first full-length photo video since last year’s “Paris X.X.L.”! In … Read More
Ladies and Gentlemen, after being on hiatus for almost four months, TIA International Photography is very pleased to continue the Feature Photographer series! We are going to resume the interview … Read More
TIA International Photography would like to take a moment to share a promo video from a very good friend, Canadian author Kirk DeMatas, regarding the upcoming published release of his 2nd compilation of profound poetry, “Conversations with Skeletons.”
TIA traveled on assignment to Toronto last September to conduct the photo shoot with Kirk and mutual friends. You will see a sample of some of that photography here. (These images are quite different from what you’re used to seeing, which makes Kirk’s project all that more intriguing)!
Kirk’s book will premiere this fall! Stayed tuned for more information!
Ladies and Gentlemen, it is my great pleasure to introduce you to Viviana Singh (or Vivi, as I and many of her friends call her). I am very enthusiastic to … Read More
Ladies and Gentlemen, it brings me a lot of pleasure to introduce you to Joshua Gunther, a very talented photographer who has the keen ability to produce electrifying cityscape images. … Read More
Ladies and gentlemen from all realms of travel and photography, it is my genuine pleasure to introduce you to Steve Rosset, a world traveler whose characteristic photographs are always riveting … Read More