There’s a popular saying that goes, “The world is a book, and those who don’t travel read only one page.” Well, I think everyone would agree to that. It is incredible how much there is to see and experience in this whole wide world. And not to forget, so much to photograph – the people, […]
We have some top photography travel tips for you before you head off to those dream destinations you’ve been anticipating! Our guides and tutorials will be sure to get you ready and in the mood, so get online and book that ticket.
Some gorgeous Sikkim photography in today’s photographer spotlight post, where we look at the breathtaking work of Dr. Alice Kandell…
These travel photography tips and tricks are absolutely excellent at getting you to slow down and figure out the ‘whys’, ‘whens’ and ‘hows’ of your travels – let’s look under the hood and see how much there is to taking beautiful travel shots you’ll be thankful you spent the time on.
It’s no wonder Western Ukraine tops my list of best places to visit in Eastern Europe…especially as a professional photographer! Learn more about my trip, the sites, the scenery and the serenity of the beautiful country of Ukraine.
As a traveling photographer, weight is often of primary concern (especially with budget airlines these days). So, here’s a laptop-less trip reviewed to see how I got on!
Germany is a diverse and historical culture hub in Europe, what better than a photographer’s guide to Dresden for some foreign inspiration! Have a read and see if you fancy a challenge to bring the beauty that lies in this city.
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.