We love to take photos when we're travelling on our gap year. But is it stopping us from really enjoying our journeys? Here are some tips to stepping away from the shutter.
For all the shutterbugs out there, this article is bursting at the seams with photography inspiration around the world, from the rainforests of Australia to the sky-scraping cities of the USA.
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!
Travel and photography go together like France and culture or Britain and sporting failure. But how can you get the best out of your backpacking snaps?
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.
We love travel photography so in this short and sweet guide, we’ll show you the basics of preparing, taking and storing your photos on your gap year.