Archive for May 2012

29 May, 2012 | Posted by: st

FUN TIPS -- Staphanie Millner -- “How to Get Fabulous Images and Still Have Fun. Your bags are packed, and you’re ready to go? Not so fast! Travel photography is very different from everyday client work, and how you travel is every bit as important as what you actually shoot. Consider the following tips for travel photography and your next trip should be smooth sailing as far as your camera is concerned.”
PHOTO: Stephanie Millner

THE FRUGAL TRAVELER -- Myscha Theriault, “Simple
ways to save on summer travel. Myscha Theriault, “Afraid that recent price increases in critical budget areas will cramp your warm-weather travel style? Relax. With these simple saving strategies, your summer fun is in the bag.”

THE BASICS -- Alberto Molero: “In this first
photography article, I’m going to explain the basics of photography first, giving as many practical examples as possible. Keep in mind that for every new term, fact or technique that you learn there is at least one new amazing picture you can take on your next trip”.
PHOTO: Alberoi Molero

22 May, 2012 | Posted by: st

MUST HAVE -- Travel Photography Tips For Photography Equipment That You Must Have in Your Traveling Bag.

15 May, 2012 | Posted by: st

A NEW LOOK -- A Photographer’s Guide to the Gorgeous Colours of Venice. Jason Row: “It’s romantic, beautiful and a photographer’s paradise yet Venice can at times be a hard place to photograph. It is one of the most visited cities in the world and as such you can have a frustrating time trying to capture its beauty. In this short guide we will show some of the place to see and when to see them.
PHOTO: Jason Row

08 May, 2012 | Posted by: st

NON-KEEPERS ALERT -- Don’t Return Home With Disappointing Photos Again
I’s almost time for vacation. Regardless of where you are going, travel photography is always exciting. However, many people return with disappointing photos at best. Below are some hints and tips that will improve your future vacation digital photos:

SELF-ASSIGNMENT -- Get Better Travel Photos by Giving Yourself an Assignment – Steve Meltzer: “I think that a good photographer is an experimenter and a risk taker. I’m one of those restless types who is rarely satisfied with the usual photos of faces and mountains, cute tigers and lions and bears oh my! Last year I was in Paris and I set myself the assignment of documenting life on the Paris Metro”.
PHOTO: Steve Meltzer