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Corridor leading to the bullfighting ring, Ronda, Andalusia, Spain

Travel Photography: Choosing a Location

If you are a professional travel photographer, chances are that you won’t get to choose the location for your next assignment. But if you are just starting out, creating your own assignments is a great way of building your portfolio and gaining some valuable experience. So how do you choose a location to shoot? Make […]

Seattle's Top Photo Spots

Seattle’s Top Photo Spots – eBook Review

I have been fortunate over the years to have spent a lot of time in the Pacific Northwest’s jewel city of Seattle. While most of my time in Seattle has been pleasure (read Mariner’s games, Mexican food and visiting family) I have done my share of photography as well. With a trip to Seattle coming […]

Journey Through Java by Mitchell Kanashkevich

Journey Through Java by Mitchell Kanashkevich – ebook review

Travel photographers frequently discover themselves in interesting dilemmas when preparing for overseas trips to far away locations? Among these will be the unknown, ranging from potential communication skills to unfamiliarity with the geography and regional traditions. How will I move around? Where will I stay? From a camera equipment perspective unknowns surface as well; how many […]

Happy Holidays from the Online Nature and Travel Magazine

Happy Holidays from the Online Nature and Travel Magazine

Maple trees - the image is focused on the leaves and trunk of the trees

Focus on Reflections – Photography Technique

Reflections are all around us and make an excellent subject to photograph. Sometimes the reflections are of a specific subject, perhaps a tree or a building. Other times the reflection will be an abstract in itself; for example light sources or cloud formations. We can easily shoot reflections as an abstract image or as a […]

Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, Paris, France

Photographing Paris – Bridges of the Seine River

Within Paris there are 37 bridges over the Seine River, many with interesting architectural features and most with an interesting history. The bulk of these are in the central tourism area between the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral, one of the most photogenic areas of Paris, likely one of the most photogenic cities in the world! […]

Samara Beach, Costa Rica

Travel Photography: Photographing Cultures And People

As a travel photographer, one of the most interesting and rewarding subjects to capture is the many different cultures and people the world has to offer. Photographing people also brings its share of challenges. This article looks at some of things to consider when looking capturing a culture in an image. Do your homework Before […]

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico, USA

Travel Photography: Traveling With Gear

There is a mind numbing amount of considerations when packing for your photography trip. Such as which lenses you will need, how you are going to store your photos and how you are going to carry it all around. Then there’s the pleasure of getting it all past the ever tightening luggage restrictions of airlines. […]

La Sagrada Fami­lia, Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Fami­lia, Barcelona, Spain

Travel Photography: Planning Your Trip

Whether you are on a professional assignment or just planning to take some photos on your annual holiday, by putting some effort into planning your trip properly you will be able to maximize your time and produce better results. It all comes down to research and knowing what to expect once you get there. It […]

Monks, Luang Prabang, Laos

Travel Photography Tips – 7 Tips for Taking Great Pictures

Taking beautiful travel and vacation pictures is easy if you know some basic photo skills. In this article, you will learn 7 travel photography tips that will help you take some incredible travel pictures. Add Drama to Your Pictures You can add interest and visual appeal to your pictures by adding some drama to your […]

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