One of the best parts of traveling is the photos you come home with. The quantity and quality of the photos is directly related to the amount of preparatory work that you perform before ever leaving on your adventure. There is nothing worse than visiting a once-in-a-lifetime location, and coming away with less than impressive… Read more »
I’ve been in quite the quandary the past few months because I fear there is a division among some people who consider themselves to be outdoor photographers. On one side there is the old guard of outdoor photographers who desire to keep the shooting pure. It’s not outdoor photography unless it’s a photograph of only… Read more »
This is the second part of a two-part article on traveling for photography. In Part One, I offered a few tips to ensure a better experience while flying with photo gear. Here, in Part Two, I offer tips related specifically to international photo travel. Before traveling overseas, ensure yourself a smoother experience by reading this… Read more »
I’m writing this while sitting at the Budweiser Brew House in the Miami International Airport, killing some time before boarding an overnight flight to South America. This is the less glamorous side of the nature photography profession—I know you think it’s all champagne wishes and caviar dreams, but it’s also lots of idle waiting and… Read more »
You’ve no doubt heard the saying, “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.” This could apply to all seasonal photography but it is critical to taking successful photos in the winter. Here are some tips for winter photography to help you stay safe and comfortable while shooting and ensure you come away with some great… Read more »
Taking photographs of local people can be great way to memorialize your travels and the new cultures you have explored. But be sure that you are aware of regional customs to avoid upsetting or offending the native peoples.
Utilizing natural light provides depth and color to landscape images. Shooting at sunrise and sunset can have drastic changes to the appearance of photos from the same location.
Let light itself be the subject of your next work. Discover a new way to evaluate a potential shot and challenge yourself to take a different kind of vacation photo utilizing natural sunlight.