Category: Travel Photography
When you go out to shoot some great photos, what is going through your mind ? Are you thoroughly prepared for a shoot with a detailed plan, or are you just winging it ? Here is my 4 step process that might help you get better control over your outdoor photo shoot.
An award winning photographer Mitchell Kanaskevich and editors of LightStalking.com bring us a refreshing documentary and travel photography guide.
If you enjoy travel photography, and shoot many photos while you are out and about, you would probably like to store approximate location where the photo was taken. This usually means that you need invest in expensive specialized GPS receivers suited for digital cameras, or risk a long and tedious process of manually geotagging your [...]
Maldives, is one of the top travel destinations for honeymooners. It is also one of the most beautiful places on earth and places where you can shoot most jaw-dropping photos. Find out what is worth shooting in maldives.
Lonely Planet’s guide to Travel Photography by Richard I’Anson is a book aimed at travelers interested in photography, and photographers interested in traveling. Although not exactly a travel format, this book delivers a wealth of practical photography tips on all aspects of travel photography.
Do you ever feel that you have exhausted most of the landscape shot opportunities at your current location ? Here is a word of advice: Take a train ride. You will be surprised with the wealth of potential landscape photography opportunities that will present themselves.
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They tell us while we are children:”If you set your mind to it, you can accomplish everything.” And as children, we believe that if we want something badly enough, that it is achievable. And you know what, it is true, as long as you never give up. They told us we will never make it to the top of the temple in time. They were wrong….
Have you ever looked at those impressive panoramas hanging from photo gallery walls, and wondered what does it take to make such an impressive photo ? Sometimes, it does not take more then an average photo and a few minutes playing with Adobe Photoshop Elements.
One of the most important rules in landscape photography is foreground interest. Having an object in the foreground leads the eye into the shot and provides a sense of depth. Check out our photography tips about foreground interest