Monthly Archives: July 2013

San Francisco

San Fran Pano  Took a short trip up to San Francisco. It’s been years since I was last there. When I first arrived I missed out on a great sunset thinking I’d catch it again during my stay, Nope! The weather is a bit wacky during the summer and brings in a lot of coastal fog. I did get some pretty good shots during my stay and I had the chance to do a panorama of the city from Treasure Island.

The Lighthouse watermark
On my way back home I did get a chance to shoot Pigeon Point Lighthouse. I’ve always seen this historic lighthouse in photos, but it’s so much better in person. Also along the way I stopped off in Santa Cruz and Paso Robles. When we hit the highway where the legendary actor James Dean passed it felt a bit eerie. It was so dark there that you could see the Milkyway in all its glory. I thought a good way to pay tribute to this amazing actor was to name one of my prints after him.








Natural Bridges WATERMARK

James Dean

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TassAngiolillo_graphicMost recently I’ve been featured in a couple pieces online. Most recently was an interview I did for Popular Science highlighting the Canon 6D which can be found here:

Another web magazine called Photography Masterclass used a piece I did for “Desert Warrior”.  For those who wish to check out the issue they are offering a free 3 months subscription on iPad here:

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My photo “Grand Falls” was also entered in a contest on Viewbug and made it to the top 10 finalists out of 9,000 entries. Check out Frederick Van Johnson video on how he chose the winner for the TWiP Natural Landscapes Photo Contest. 3:40 mark

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