thanks a lot man. I started learning in august, bought some books and try to keep reading new stuff while traveling. I feel like every single tip is making a massive difference in my pictures, that's why I like to ask for hard critique. I just started reading "lightroom complete training", but I'm a little impatient and I don't want to wait until I read bunch of books and feel confident in all areas, I rather do as much as I know and then re-iterate over pictures.
I did Carretera Austral and Patagonia, a total of 53 days. It's amazing, specially Carretera Austral, less iconic places but more beauty everywhere. The "classic" patagonia (fitz roy, perito moreno, torres del paine, tierra del fuego) is cool because this spots are more impressive but it's super touristy. (Once I'm back home I'm want to write a free guidebook for this trip). Anyway, I found it can be challenging to take pictures, weather change
so much in this areas, specially because wind is extremely strong.
I was living in Seattle, had a tech job, didn't like it, quit, bought my sony 6500, started learning about photography, and went traveling to South America. I'm from Mexico, now I'm going to take pics in Mexico and I'm going to travel in cuba for new years, hoping to do lots of street photography