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Paris Photography Locations – A Guide to the Best Photo Spots

A Photographer’s Guide to the Best Paris Photography Locations, France *Updated December 18th, 2018 Paris evokes a feeling of wonder. Avenues exude French character; monuments portray elegance with gothic architecture, not to mention the...

7 Easy Ways to Improve Your Travel Photography

Travel photography is about so much more than following a step by step guide and visiting popular destinations. It’s about stepping off the beaten path in search of something unique. Even if the location...

Provence Lavender Fields – A Photographer’s Guide to the Lavender Fields of Valensole

Provence Lavender Fields – The Best Locations to visit on the Valensole Plateau… Want to skip through purple fields of Provence lavender as bees buzz happily around you and the warm summer sunshine lights...

Photographing the French Alps of Briançon in Summer

Once the snow melts and summer arrives the landscapes and alpine scenery around Briançon flourish. If you’re planning a visit to France this year, save a little time in your itinerary for a visit...

How to creatively compose travel images

Want to create photographs that make your friends want to jump in the image and be there with you? When visiting a new destination there is always a check list of major attractions, monuments...

Aerial Photography: Hot Air Ballooning in Dubai

Dubai Hot Air Balloon – Photography Experience Aerial photography has long been one of my fascinations. Seeing the world from above; the patterns, formations and colours of nature, it’s like mother nature has creatively...

Top 10 Places to Photograph Sunset

Where are the best Places to Photograph Sunset? As the day comes to and end and the sky erupts into a palette of pinks, oranges and reds you want to be in the right...

Swimming with Whales on Australia’s Sunshine Coast

Imagine floating in the middle of the ocean when a gentle giant swims in the deep blue beneath… Your first reaction is probably pretty spot on; it’s both terrifying, exciting and magical. It’s a...

Photoshop Editing – The 3 Magic Tools You Need to Know

Photoshop Tricks – How to Remove Unwanted Subjects, Clone + Replicate Photoshop is magic. That’s basically my conclusion on the matter. I don’t really know how it works from an IT or programming perspective...

The Most Beautiful Villages in Provence, France

A Photographer’s Guide to the most photogenic villages to visit in Provence! The Provence region of France is like a gourmet platter of all things photogenic. Character filled medieval villages blend with colourful fields...

Iceland Photography Workshop Recap – A Wild Winter Wonderland

Iceland Photography Workshop 2017 Recap Join the adventure in 2018, read below for details! Iceland is one of those ideal destinations that provides endless opportunities to hone your photography skills. From the misty curtains...

Setting the Scene: How to Photograph Sunrise

Sunrise Photography Tips 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? Asleep or not, as the...

Iceland Photography Locations on the South Coast

Iceland Photography Location Guide – Reykjavik to Hofn It’s a country where waterfalls, icebergs and volcanoes converge to create otherworldly landscapes. Iceland will take your breath away with natural beauty from the moment you...

14 Outdoor Photography Experiences To Have In 2017

Photography Experiences to add to your 2017 Travel List Getting outdoors with your camera is one of the best ways to improve your photography. To be surrounded by inspiring landscapes and enchanting light further...

How to Become a Professional Travel Photographer

Travel Photography: 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. You would think all you...

Behind the Lens: Lake Hawea, New Zealand

When visiting New Zealand I always buy a pair of gum boots upon arrival for this very location. Lake Hawea is my special spot. A landscape that never fails to wow me even though...

The most colourful and well laundered village in Europe

Burano is like a rainbow lollipop of Italian goodness. A short ferry (Vaporetti) ride from Venice, Italy, this little gem sits proudly with such a distinctive appearance and joyful vibe that a visit is...

Camera Care: What To Do When Your Camera Gets Wet

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. I’ve written...

Iceland Photography Workshop – February 2017

Iceland Photography Workshop with The Wandering Lens! In a land where glaciers meet volcanoes and rugged cliffs lead to icebergs resting on a black sand beach, photo opportunities are never ending. Iceland should be...

How my Career + Gear Evolved as a Travel Photographer

Remember when photography meant taking 24 photos per roll of film? Crossing your fingers as you waited for the roll to be developed, hoping at least one had okay lighting and colours? Wow have...

PHOTO TIPS: Getting Creative with Shutter Speed

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...

Santorini Sailing Day Trip in the Caldera

Stepping on board a crisp white luxury catamaran as the village of Oia sat pretty on the cliffs above and the water below glistened in the sunlight. It was always going to be a...

The Most Photogenic Beaches Around The World

Beautiful Beaches to Photograph Around the World Coastal landscapes have a way of drawing photographers to their shores. Whether it’s their crystal white sands, alluring clear waters, rugged rock formations or people watching potential....

Water and Ice: A Photographic Journey in Iceland

Iceland is another world filled of natural inspiration and all things photo worthy. Photographing the diversity of landscapes has long been the main motivation behind my work. Water in particular has allowed me to capture...
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