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It’s gazing in awe as nature puts on a light show, standing outdoors as the climate reaches its extreme, walking through city streets etched with history and swimming in seas that change my perspective of the world.

Travel Photography – Destination Guides + Creative Development

The Wandering Lens is the leading publisher of travel photography guides, listing photogenic locations around the world alongside outdoor adventures, photography tips and travel experiences.

If you get sent into dream mode simply by looking at an idyllic screensaver image, flicking through guidebooks or browsing travel images on Instagram then we’ll get along just fine!

This site is all about inspiring the creative within to capture the world in your own unique way. Everyone loves to share photos from their travels or adventures on social media, with family and friends or even professionally so why not make the photos incredible? Make people say ‘WOW’ every time they see where you’ve explored this time.

Who is behind the site? Hi, I’m Lisa Michele Burns (waving at screen), an Australian photographer who created this site way back in 2015 as a way of blending my experience as a journalist with a love of all things travel. You can view my portfolio of work here but otherwise, this site is a library of my adventures.

You’ll find a collection of Fine Art Prints available to purchase here with a minimum of $15 from each sale contributing to environmental initiatives and conservation projects. The print collection features images captured in regions of environmental significance such as deserts, glaciers, coral reef systems and rainforest from Greenland to Namibia, Chile to Australia.

Get started exploring The Wandering Lens by following the links below…

Destination Guides + Travel Tips

Photography Tips + Improving Your Creativity

Career Advice for Photographers

Behind the Lens – Stories behind the Photos

Creative Development – eBooks + Course Information

Destination guides to cities such as Singapore, Tokyo and Kyoto are listed as the most popular photography location guides online. Complete with maps, tips for the best times to capture beautiful images and locations found a little off the regular tourist trail, take a peek at the Iceland guide for an example.

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The Creative Photography Course + eBook Library

With the world turning online more now than ever, I’ve developed a six month program for photographers looking to improve their photography and develop a creative portfolio. My photo tours and in-person workshops have been put on hold for the time being due to Covid-19 so this online course or collection of eBooks is my way of still connecting and sharing with photographers all around the world. Hopefully one day soon we’ll still be able to meet for a photo adventure somewhere!

Join me as I share the adventures of The Wandering Lens. I will be on the lookout for travellers to share their images via Instagram @the_wanderinglens using the hashtag #thewanderinglens so if you’ve been inspired by something you read here or just want to share some of your own adventures of wanderlust or amazing photographs I would love to hear from you! Those keen to join the private Facebook Group for readers, request an invite here.

If you’re a brand, tourism board or hotel interested in working with The Wandering Lens you can find more information here. Alternatively, please email hello@thewanderinglens.com to receive a current Media Kit with statistics, collaboration reports and ways we can work together.

Safe travels and get snapping…x

Iceland landscape photography by The Wandering Lens with Olympus Australia

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Blog Comments

Greetings Lisa,

Beautiful website indeed. Truly instills so much inspiration and motivation to follow my dream of photography. Especially as an Olympus user. I love this system but had doubts about the ability to use it if I wanted to go “Pro”…. Do not know if I am there yet… stilll have so much to learn. Your site propels me to get there, so thank you for all your efforts!

I am actually going to be in Brisbane May 7-9… any chance you will be in the area for a workshop or guide??

Again, lovely website and thank you!
Cheers and kindest regards,
Martha V

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