TIA International Photography's name misses the opportunity to be printed in an article because the small business did NOT have a conflict of interest with the newspaper.
This is a tale about three languages spoken between two photographers: English, French, and Photography.
Each December, a portion of Seattle's populace descends upon one street that's only one-tenth of a mile to view its dazzling displays for the holidays.
Even though I had promised to deliver this chapter before the conclusion of 2020, the holiday season turned out to be a lot busier than I had anticipated, in addition to the insanity of the national politics that continue to unravel each day ad infinitum. Alas, this fifth installment of "Adventures in Photocycling" features a... Continue Reading →
T.J. reckons with the reality of racism and discrimination in his day-to-day routines as a professional photographer.
TIA takes you on a kaleidoscopic journey through Seattle during the autumn season in which you can admire and enjoy the multiple colors -- especially yellow -- of the season. An entertaining timelapse video also awaits your viewing!
"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 →