Jim DeLillo

Member Since:
Nov 2015

Jim DeLillo is a travel and adventure photographer who specializes in creating transporting imagery. ...Capturing local color in travel, editorial, and commercial photography. His expansive landscapes are layered, narrative, and rich in tone. They are lit from within having a luminous quality and show a strong attention to detail, composition, and production. His 35+ years of experience includes international publications including Woman’s World Magazine.His photojournalist, reality based, eclectic style provides a refreshing break from the stiffly-posed shots. Jim DeLillo is based in NYC and is available for assignments globally. Jim has recently added Milkyway photography to his skill set. 

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Published Articles (19)

A Night of Opera and Nostalgia


Relating the performance of the Barber of Seville at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City with a travel memory of Seville, Spain.

Shooting the Antelope


Photographing the slot canyons of Page, Arizona

DAM! It’s so close to Las Vegas


A look inside and outside of Hoover Dam. Visit the Official Hoover Dam website for further information and details. http://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/index.html

Zipping through Puerto Rico


Zip Line in Puerto Rico at Toro Verde Adventure Park http://www.toroverdepr.com/

Pikes Peak Leave Your Car at the Bottom


Sure, you can drive to the top and get a bumper sticker that reads “This Car Climbed Pikes Peak”, but it is more rewarding to get the t-shirt proclaiming the […]

Taking Refuge in Patagonia


Where do you stay when hiking 71km in five days in remote Patagonia, Chile? In the refugios of http://www.fantasticosur.com/en/mountain-lodges/ of course.

Blueberry Thrill in Washington State


Picking blueberries in the shadow of Mt. Si in Washington State. The article appears in American Roads and Global Highways http://www.americanroads.net/home.htm

Can a 60-year old hike the Patagonian W-Circuit?


Patagonia Chile trekking on the W-Circuit in Torres Del Paine & Cerro Paine Grande, in the Cordillera Paine. Sponsored by http://www.fantasticosur.com/en/

No Pisco, No Disco


Pisco Sours with glacier ice! Published in FWT press trip sponsored by Fantastico Sur in Patagonia, Chile.

Chiricahua National Monument – Arizona


Chiricahua National Monument 12,000 acres in southeastern Arizona. Published in American Roads and Global Highways – Spring 2016

Monsters at Borrego Springs (Reprint)


Monsters at Borrego Springs – Photographing the Milky Way A Solo Travel Report Text & Photos by Jim DeLillo

Monsters at Borrego Springs (Reprint)


Monsters at Borrego Springs – Photographing the Milky Way A Solo Travel Report Text & Photos by Jim DeLillo http://www.cstn.org/faqs.htm

Why Photos of Arizona’s Famous Antelope Canyon All Look the Same


So what is it really like to shoot The Antelope? The slot canyons of Page, Arizona are on Navajo lands. By law, only native Navajo can conduct business on the […]

Plan an Explosive Visit to Valencia, Spain


A look at Valencia’s Las Fallas pyrotechnic celebration. This is an oldie, but a goodie. Originally published in Traveldudes in July 2010. It is republished here at Lagniappe in plenty […]

Monsters at Borrego Springs


Photographing the Milky Way with the fantastical sculptures of Ricardo Breceda in Borrego Springs, CA

King and Prince Resort Celebrates 80 years – St. Simons Island Georgia


Photo Essay. Editorial Wire Service

Spirits of St. Augustine, Florida


A new distillery is in town, St. Augustine Distillery Company. Opened in 2014, the distillery boasts fine spirits made with local sugar cane, corn, and citrus.

Would you stay at a B&B with dirt floors?


Owners of Shash Dine’ Eco Retreat, they have created a place where you trade creature comforts for more rustic surroundings.

Spend a day in St. Augustine Florida


A brief look at what can be seen in St. Augustine, FL in one day.