How do you get intimate photographs without social skills? Simply put, you don’t unless you’re using a bazooka of a super-zoom lens, defeating the object. Why? Because it’s about socializing, getting in tune with people, understanding emotions, feelings, culture and just capturing those moments seamlessly.
This week we have another review. It’s comes in the form of a complete portable carry system for all types of photographers – whether you’re out for a hike all day in the mountains or strolling the streets of Rome.
Let’s look back at Travel Photography from the beginning and understand how the development of cameras and styles has lead us to where we are today.
The Northern Canyons of Arizona are truly stunning and Upper Antelope Canyon is a must visit for ALL photographers. Pack for a light and practical visit and do some homework before you go to ensure you really get the most from your visit!
There can be many elements that go into making a good travel photograph. These include light, location, composition and of course people. To define a location you need one of two things, something iconic to that place or a person or people that define the location. Photographing locals brings us colour, a sense of the […]
From our backyard to the wilderness of Antarctica, the world is full of incredible photographic possibilities. Traveling and photography are prefect companions and whether you are on a package holiday to Spain or trekking in the wilds of Alaska, chances are pretty high that you will have one or more of your cameras with you. […]
Thanks to social media, travel publications and TV, we have many ways to view photographic iconic scenes. From the Arches in Utah, to landscapes in Provence and the many natural and man-made wonders of the world – inspiration is at our fingertips. This inspiration encourages us to travel, to find like subjects, and get creative […]
Ok, before we start let’s just say, there is nothing wrong with clichéd shots. They are clichéd mainly because the position they are taken in gives a great composition and hence a good looking travel shot. The problem is, because everyone takes that same angle, your images of that location, no matter how good they […]
“Hon, have you seen my keys?” is a common, almost daily phrase spoken at our house. Sadly, I’m not referring to my husband. It’s me. As I write this, I’m not sure where my keys are. My camera battery and chargers? One is in the red daypack on the right side exterior pocket. The other […]
As a travel photographer and photography tour leader, Harry Fisch gets to see a lot of photographers and how they interact with their environment. Below, you will find the most common mistakes this award winning photographer sees amongst his students and other photographers while they are out in the field. Confusing the Camera with a Machine […]