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!
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 […]
While anyone can be a travel photographer with a little practice and some investment in equipment and study, the truly professional travel photographers are always searching for new subjects and themes and new ways to portray those places that everyone knows. While travel photography is often a lot of fun in comparison with other genres, […]
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. […]
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 […]
Travel and photography are perfect bedfellows. Capturing exotic, and not so exotic locations in a unique and interesting way is a challenge to both professional and enthusiasts alike. Encapsulating the sights sounds and smells of a place in a single two dimensional digital image taxes the ability of any photographer. Yet it is incredibly fun […]