Enjoy a compilation of landscape and timelapse photography featuring the enchanting cherry blossoms at the University of Washington in Seattle, a popular, annual attraction.
Enjoy a timelapse video of the sailboat activity and weather variation at Shilshole Bay in Seattle.
In 2021, I have finally been able to engage with the objective I set for myself last year — developing and solidifying my skills in timelapse photography! As time-consuming as … Read More
During the weekend of March 27th, I decided to revive my objectives for creating timelapse photography videos. It was a primary objective in 2020, but the pandemic struck the planet, … Read More
The Seattle Great Wheel is the Ferris wheel at Pier 57 of Seattle’s waterfront. Constructed in 2012, the Great Wheel is one of the city’s youngest landmarks, but very recognizable … Read More
One last look at the record-breaking snowstorm in Seattle during the Valentine’s Day weekend.
Contrary to popular preconceptions and misconceptions, snowfall is infrequent in Seattle, and blizzards are even rarer. That’s why the snowstorm Seattle received between February 12th and 13th is rather historic. … Read More
This article will be the final entry for La Vue Atypique in 2020, a year that many people around the world are looking forward to not (or never) looking back … Read More
December 1, 2020 is, unbelievably, the 11th anniversary of TIA International Photography. This was the day that the City of Seattle registered TIA as a licensed sole proprietorship in the … Read More
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!
Revised on November 11, 2020. Today is Saturday, November 7, 2020. It’s a little after 10:30pm Pacific Time. It’s an historic day in the United States, and I wanted to … Read More
In this chapter, TIA delves into a combination of travel and street photography, thus sharing many images featuring everyday people in and around Seattle.
If your photography business is not reaping any benefits from social media, then perhaps it’s time to move on.
A second chapter of explorative Photocycling in the Emerald City ensues…come along with me!
“Photocycling” is the art of capturing images of different subject matters while cycling.
An anecdote about what happens when the entity who steals your intellectual property is the U.S. federal government.
“Black Lives Matter” signage is appearing all over the City of Seattle. Question: “Why is the movement suddenly resonating with everybody *this time*?”
When America and the world look back at the Year 2020 a year from now, or a decade from now, we may collectively wonder how we persevered. In the first … Read More
TIA’s enchanting images of the moon are the only remaining evidence of a once engrossed interest in outer space intersecting with professional photography.
In response to clients and customers who have expressed that their current budgets have been restricted on account of the coronavirus pandemic, TIA is offering a 20% discount on all … Read More
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.
Some people drink. Some do drugs. Some overeat. We often need *something* to compensate for bad news or situations. Can photography be viewed as a vice?
So far, 2020 has commenced on a very unexpected and positive note for TIA International Photography! It involves two first-time achievements in regards to photography competitions. Digital Photo Magazine (www.dpmag.com) … Read More
Why are people adverse to capturing images when the weather is not ideal or agreeable? This is the precise time to engage in photography!
Many people have inquired how I was able to achieve a photograph of one firecracker emanating from the Space Needle when we all know the show was canceled. Here’s how!
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.
A tale about my first 24 hours in Buenos Aires, in which my plane battled Mother Nature’s wrath and how I became the latest statistic of skilled pick-pocketing.
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 … Read More