Photography and Travel Articles and Travel Advice
We recently asked our Facebook fans to post links to their travel blogs and were quickly directed to a host of awesome sites. We’ve whittled the list down to our ten favourites.
If you want to be inspired to take a gap year then make sure you watch these travelling movies. Hopefully they'll make you want to hit the road!
We're loving Papua New Guinea at the moment. So much so that we've come up with 15 reasons why Papua New Guinea is awesome. Hopefully you'll agree with us!
We've always wanted to take those amazing lightning shots on our travels. Now we can after Luke Plastow's given his hints & tips on how to shoot lightning in a storm.
Travel writer and photographer Tina Thorburn has done it once again with a stunning photo essay capturing the faces of people around the world. This is one you've got to see!
Darwin is in one of the remotest parts of Australia. Louise Denton has been checking it out armed with her camera and she's taken some amazing snaps.
We're always on the lookout for inspiring travel videos to get you in the mood for your gap year. That’s why we thought it'd be a good idea to show you top 5 travel videos.
Malaysia is a magnificent country and it has some simply stunning scenery on offer. This photoessay shows just some of the landscapes of Malaysia.
Cormac Scanlan's last weekend in Brisbane was spent capturing the light in this photo essay at Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia.
Let’s dispel a myth right away - you don’t need to be a professional to take travel photos. You just need to know the basics of your camera and follow a few rules. I have broken this short guide in five sections to give you some fast tips on travel photography. Happy snapping!
Photo editing and processing is almost as old as photography itself. Since the birth of the photo, photographers have always strived to improve their photos by developing them at home, tinting, toning, and cropping their pictures to make a good photo great. Using a fairly standard PC and a some digital image editing software you're pretty much ready to roll.
Colin Summers has seen much strife during his photographic travels. Kate Messer questioned him about his experiences meeting Cambodian landmine victims.
Want to come back from your gap year with some awe-inspiring photos? Just want to avoid blurry snaps of randoms with red-eye? We talk you through what kit to take, pre-trip preparation, lighting, framing and how to get the best from the situations you're most likely to encounter. The updated version of this guide now also contains some great advice on how to digitally edit your photos upon your return.
Upon arrival at Siem Reap, Cambodia, the sight of limbless beggars shocked Ben Davies. By the end of his trip, he had learnt a lot about landmines.