Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure
Apr08

Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure

It’s with great pleasure that I announce that I’m now booking a second photo tour in South America in 2015! Since the booking for the first workshop – which is taking place in Peru, May 2015 – has been so successful, we decided to add another date to accommodate the people that couldn’t make the first trip’s dates.  Specifically, we had in mind the many teachers who let us know that they could only...

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Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure
Apr01

Join Me in Peru AND Bolivia for a Photo Adventure

It’s with great pleasure that I announce that I’m now booking a second photo tour in South America in 2015! Since the booking for the first workshop – which is taking place in Peru, May 2015 – has been so successful, we decided to add another date to accommodate the people that couldn’t make the first trip’s dates.  Specifically, we had in mind the many teachers who let us know that they could only...

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Choosing the Photo Editing Software that’s Right for YOU!
Aug27

Choosing the Photo Editing Software that’s Right for YOU!

I get asked about the type of photo editing software that I use a lot.  In fact, aside from people asking me what camera gear I use, it’s probably the most asked question regarding my travel photography.  And the truth is that I don’t actually just one piece of photo editing software.  I actually use a variety of programs all in conjunction to bring my images up to snuff.  For example, I might use photoshop elements to...

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Editing Orkhon Falls: Using Photoshop to Blend Multiple Exposures
Aug08

Editing Orkhon Falls: Using Photoshop to Blend Multiple Exposures

With landscape photography, it’s often the case that you have some trouble bringing out the colours of the sky, as well a bright foreground, when shooting around sunset or sunrise.  What often happens, especially if you’re trying to shoot directly into the light, is that either your foreground is completely underexposed, or your sky is way overexposed.  Getting a fluid image which is properly exposed across the scene can...

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The Blog and the Change I Need
May23

The Blog and the Change I Need

It’s funny how things progress, isn’t it?  I started Brendansadventures.com back in the day as a way to showcase my travel writing, which I had just started doing professionally.  I had been published a couple times, and wanted a website that hosted just a couple of my articles as a bit of an online writing portfolio for potential clients. Then, after a couple months hosted on WordPress, I found out that I could make some...

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Sponsored Video: Welcome to Spring!
Apr16

Sponsored Video: Welcome to Spring!

I’m a serial warm weather traveller, it’s a fact that will likely never change.  In fact, I’ve spent the vast majority of my adult life running away from winter.  It’s never really been about the cold, though.  I don’t even really mind the cold.  Hell, I actually even like playing outside in the cold – hockey, downhill skiing, maybe a good old fashion snowball fight; you can count me in.  It was the...

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