How to Take Silky Smooth Waterfall Photos in Iceland or Anywhere
Sep22

How to Take Silky Smooth Waterfall Photos in Iceland or Anywhere

If you’re fairly new to photography, you’re likely curious about how the pros do certain things; the “tricks” of the trade, if you will. When I started out, I was constantly looking at images and then asking the question “how did they do that?”. I’m sure that the first thing I searched when I first started was either “how to make smooth waterfall photos” or “how to create light trails”. Of...

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Photography Packing Guide for Iceland
Sep07

Photography Packing Guide for Iceland

The day has nearly arrived for me to leave on my week long adventure in Iceland.  Thus, I thought it would be a good opportunity for me to show you the photography gear that I’ll be packing for that trip.  Now, it’s also worth mentioning that as a permanent traveller, I am actually packing all my belongings with me; I have to, as I’m always on the road.  However, this guide is a more of an explanation of the photo...

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Getting the Shot in Bern, Switzerland
Sep05

Getting the Shot in Bern, Switzerland

As a travel photographer, going through some of your old work is a bit painful at times.  Like any trade, art, or skill, with photography, you’re always improving.  It often means that looking back, well you find some gems some times, you also find images that you were once proud of and now think are rubbish.  For me, my disappointments have long revolved around an evening shooting in Bern, Switzerland about 3 years ago.  I...

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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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Nature Photography Critique – Images by Jeff Bartlett
Aug24

Nature Photography Critique – Images by Jeff Bartlett

It’s been a little while now since I’ve done a proper photography critique on the site or my Travel Photography YouTube Channel.  And since I’m just chilling a bit here in Switzerland, I thought it was time. I was lucky enough the have been allowed the opportunity to critique the works of one Jeff Bartlett of Adventure Freelancer fame.  Jeff is a Canadian travel photographer, and a damn good one at that.  I’ve...

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