Cairns, Australia Every shade of blue from teal to navy appeared beneath me as we flew over the Great Barrier Reef east of Cairns in Queensland, Australia.
Travel Photography + Zoom Lenses Now before you click away thinking this is going to be a techy article about some fancy gadget, wait a second… I’m not one of those photographers who bulks up on gear and has more equipment than I’ll ever need.
How to Make an Attractive Social Media Account Social media has created a never-ending vault of inspiration and possibilities to showcase your work whether it’s personal or professional.
Photo Editing Apps + Handy Apps for Travel Photographers Planning a photoshoot, capturing the shot and publishing the results are all components of photography.
So trash might not always be the word to use here but for the following story it is. In photography, part of the fun is attempting to create new angles, seek unique perspectives or just mix things up a little and get crazy creative.
How to Take Long Exposures of Moving Water + Create Beautiful Blur Creating soft flowing water and making it blur, dance and glide through your image is one of the most rewarding effects you can do with with your camera.
As a weather geek, photography for me is about so much more than just clicking the shutter. It’s about reading the conditions, knowing the forecast and experiencing nature in all of its glory.
Learn to Photograph Sunrise Photographing the warm glow of a sunrise is perhaps the most relaxing scene to capture…or is that because I’m usually still half asleep at the time?
Taking Photos of People Whilst Travelling Capturing an image that depicts the way of life, local traditions and beautiful features of people is both challenging and rewarding.
When you are learning photography two words sound about as daunting as jumping out of a plane. Manual Mode. A lot of professional photographers will shout from the rooftops about the benefits of using manual mode on your camera.
A Guide to Getting Started as a Travel Photographer The title of ‘Travel Photographer’ is the pinnacle for many creatives with that ever enduring sense of wanderlust.
Water and cameras don’t mix well at all. Whether it’s drops of rain, humidity or you’ve gone and dropped your camera in the water by mistake, a wet camera is not ideal.
Learning to adjust your cameras shutter speed is one of the first steps to controlling how a photo is created. Knowing how fast or slow you want the shutter to be will help the camera to let more or less light into the image, hence producing the creative result you hope to achieve.
Social Media for Photographers Now more than ever there are so many opportunities for photographers to have their work seen. Marketing your own work has become a crucial element to success and ensuring your creative work is visible within the online community is one of the best ways to gain attention.
Showcasing the world from above opens up a new perspective of natural patterns and colours. When it comes to coastlines and in particular beaches you’ve got glistening water, shining sand and views that you would never see from the ground just waiting to be photographed.
Learn how to Photograph the Northern Lights Photo Tips for Photographing Aurora + Astro When the green waves of the Northern Lights dance in the sky or the stars twinkle on a clear night, you’ll want to know how to photograph this incredible natural phenomenon.
When venturing away on a trip with your camera you’ll probably check to see what weather you’re expecting beforehand. One thing to always keep in mind is how your camera will react and how to protect it from any condensation forming.