Category Archives: Travel Photography

The Stock Shoot Diaries: Ghent and Bruges

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This post follows on from my earlier article on my stock shoot in London. My next destination was Belgium and, in particular, Ghent and Bruges. Although well covered by stock photography, I still felt that it would be possible to get some marketable images from these locations, especially from Ghent, my first destination. Read on to know how my experience was, shooting stock photographs in these two lovely cities.

The Stock Shoot Diaries: London

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London in August, what could possibly go wrong? The weather, of course. I had planned a two week break to visit family and to shoot stock in my birth city, something I had never really done before. Generally, London in late August the weather is fairly benign and reliable, late August 2014 proved to be not quite so co-operative.

Traveling Light: Putting Together a Photography Kit for Travel

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Taking photographs on holiday or whilst traveling for any other reason is one of the things many of us look forward to. The problem is travel, and in particular air travel, has become hard work. When you get to your destination, it may be hot and full of tourists, not the sort of place for carrying a heavy load of kit. Today we are going to look at some options for traveling light.

5 Simple Ways to Manage Your Photos While Traveling

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Travelling with your camera is one of the great pleasures in life. Capturing the sights and emotions of far flung cultures is a great way of learning and understanding the world around you. When you are travelling, photography seems somehow easier, you take more images. However, with this glut of new shots, how can you manage them whilst on the move?

A Photographer’s Guide to Lisbon

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Lisbon is regarded as being one of the oldest cities in the world, pre-dating the Roman Empire. It has a population of over 3 million people yet seems to retain a friendly, small city feel. With its historic architecture, quaint trams yet also modern, progressive architecture, Lisbon is an ideal playground for Europe-based photographers.

7 Tips for Better Street Photos

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The art of street photography has produced some of the most moving pictures of all time. To capture forever the essence of a moment, or people’s actions and reactions is what makes this type of photography such a difficult challenge. It is not just about the subject being photographed but also about the surroundings that […]