This is a tale about pensive patience, perpetual pacing, and spontaneous road trips.
“My Park Moment” Photo Exhibit
The "My Park Moment" photography contest turned out to be one of the most atypical and memorable competitions TIA has ever entered. Find out why!
TIA’s Adventures in “Photocycling” / Chapter Three
In this chapter, TIA delves into a combination of travel and street photography, thus sharing many images featuring everyday people in and around Seattle.
Tell Us Your Story…in Print
A TIA original photograph of San Francisco won Digital PhotoPro Magazine's "Tell Us Your Story" contest and has been printed in the April 2020 edition.
My Escapade to San Francisco Almost Made Me Miss Janet (Much)
The "Escapade" from Seattle to San Francisco was worth it. Feel free to play this instrumental mix of "Escapade" to set the mood! The months of September and October 2019 have been extremely hectic, but very productive. This is why I have not been able to publish another blog entry until now. I am happy... Continue Reading →
It Was an Earthquake, Not an Emergency.
Little Italy District, San DiegoLittle Italy District, San Diego (Earthquake Illustration) The image above was one of the very romantic and memorable views of San Diego from my hotel captured on my last night in the city. Due to the fact that it was also my birthday, the events that took place that day will... Continue Reading →
The City of a Saint & Good Herbs
Yerba Buena de la Republica de Alta California (a.k.a San Francisco) Today, you might be familiar with this city by a few of its popular nicknames, including: San FranFriscoCity by the BaySFFog City Of course, we all call it "San Francisco"! "Me, My Bay & I" / Bay Bridge & Embarcadero, San Francisco Formerly known... Continue Reading →
The Skyline of Saint James
"San Diego" is Spanish for "Saint James" San Diego's skyline is very expansive. In the image above, this is only a small part of it captured from Harbor Island. The majority of the buildings are the same height, and not as tall as those seen in Los Angeles or San Francisco, whose urban cores developed... Continue Reading →
Hooray for Hollywood?
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. For example, I am currently dealing with (or patiently waiting for, rather) an architecture firm in London for its final decision on which TIA aerial... Continue Reading →
Bay Bridge & Embarcadero -- San Francisco, California 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 Bridges, the city, the neighborhoods and, of course, the people -- they each make the city so... Continue Reading →
Feature Photographer Interview: Sam Antonio
Sam Antonio 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 very excited to introduce you to the latest photographer for the Feature Photographer series: Sam Antonio! I have followed Sam’s work for roughly... Continue Reading →
Feature Photographer Interview: Toby Harriman
Toby Harriman (Photo by Joseph Fanvu -- http://www.josephfanvu.com) 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 series with a photographer who, I believe, has an incredible talent for showcasing the enchanting mystique of... Continue Reading →
Feature Photographer Interview: Joshua Gunther
Joshua Gunther 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. I have been a fan of Josh’s work for a number of years, and I had the opportunity to meet him in Los... Continue Reading →
A View to a Thrill
The Golden Gate Bridge from Above I thought I would pay a small tribute to what I believe to be the most beautiful city in the United States -- San Francisco, California. Ever since I was a boy in grade school, I had seen photos of this magnificent city whose two bridges were as iconic... Continue Reading →