Radio City Music Hall Report and Photo Contest Announcement!

I just finished up my first Radio City Music Hall workshop and I am thrilled to announce that it was a great success!  Susan Candelario co-led this workshop with me.  Her husband Anthony was along to guide the most experienced group. They didn’t need HDR instruction, but wanted to be part of this exciting and […]

View full post »

Carla Francis - Beautiful images Roman. Which lens did you use?

roamin with roman - Thanks Carla! I used the 17-40mm lens @ 17mm. I did do some perspective correction in CS5.

Ken - Interesting images. #2 is my fav. Got your email and thought I’d gander at the latest. Your schedule looks dynamic. Just got back from Costa Rica and was fortunate to capture some different stuff. Blue skies and great histograms.

roamin with roman - Thanks Bud! Great to hear from you!!! Costa Rica you say…..will have to drop by your site and check what you’ve been up to!

sdcphoto - Hey Roman,
Great RCMH workshop! I really LIKE the vertical comp and the colors of the Ladies Lounge.

Susan O'Brien - Roman-
Thank you for a wonderful experience! This type of workshop was new to me (as is HDR) and the pace was crazy…but I would definitiely sign up again.

roamin with roman - Thanks Susan! It was hectic but fun!

roamin with roman - It was a blast Susan! Glad you learned a bit and I hope next time we can get another hour and relax the pace a bit.
Thanks for the kind words too!

Home for Now and Check This Photographer Out!

I just returned from the Florida Birding Festival where I was an advertiser/vendor for the first time and got a chance to meet a photographer with whom I share a very similar macro photography philosophy and whose work I really admire: Mike Moats.  I first learned about Mike when we were both macro moderators on […]

View full post »

Megg - Love love love the macro. Can’t wait to learn how.

Dave Mills - Beautiful images as always. You caught the mating pair at a perfect moment….

sdcphoto - What can I say… a little bit of love and romance in every image. LOL Stellar captures!

Holcombe – Jimison Farmstead HDR Workshop Announcement!

I am thrilled to announce my newest HDR workshop location on June 30th at the Holcombe-Jimison Farmstead in Lambertville, NJ.  This workshop is being co-led by Susan Candelario .  The cost is $100 and is being held from 9am until noon. This Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Hunterdon County’s agricultural heritage from the 18th into the […]

View full post »

Holcombe – Jimison Farmstead Workshop Announcement! « Roamin' With Roman Photo Tours Blog - […] Locations include an old Barber Shop (pictured above), but the old doctor’s office and dentist chair are also great fun to […]

May 4th Charity Speaking Event: for a little girl named Charlotte

This has been a great year and a half of speaking engagements for me but one particular request caught me by surprise and made me realize just how good I have it. I met Tamron USA rep, Patty Gregitis,  a few years back at the New Jersey Federation of Camera Club’s annual event called Photorama.  We […]

View full post »

Maureen Allen - Charlotte’s story brought tears to my eyes, and gave me great pride in having you as a friend. Your efforts on her behalf are very giving and kind. My best to Charlotte and her family, and to you Roman.

roamin with roman - Thanks Maureen! I hope to see you down in Florida next time I am down!

Bob Mulholland - You did a great job on the workshop, Roman. I’m happy to have won the gift card at the event so I can get HDR instruction from you in Lambertville. Thanks for your support and donation.

roamin with roman - Thanks Bob! I just received word from Patty Gregitis that we raised more than $5,000 for Charlotte!!! Thanks to everyone who took part!!!

Bob Mulholland - That’s really great to read!

Winners of the HDR Contest Announced!!!

Susan Candelario and I are thrilled to announce the winners of our first HDR photo contest!!!  Even though we judge photo contest around the state, it took us a while to pick the winners with so many quality entries.  We chose Jason Hipp’s image above because of the excellent and unusual composition along with the […]

View full post »