Some of the most enchanting images while traveling can be taken at night yet taking decent night shots remains a constant challenge for most photographers…Read More
A collection of interesting photo tips to help you think creatively while composing photographs during your travels.
Personally, I always use natural light and this means always scouting for sources of light like rays streaming through windows and doorway cracks, sunbeams being reflected off surfaces, low light from oven fires, golden light at sunrise, blue hour light just after sunset…Read More
People often feel that to be taken seriously as a travel photographer, they need to scale Mount Everest, camp out on hanging tents off sheer rock faces, deep sea dive with sharks, and go to the extreme in every way to get noticed…Read More
Here are two surefire tips that have helped me get decent travel portraits in very little time.Read More
With regards to travel photography, everyone talks about “sense of place”.Read More
The biggest composition issue I constantly see is poor framing of the subject. One of the simplest yet tricky to grasp concepts of photography is what is called Rule of Thirds.Read More