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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A Guide to Travel Photography in London
Aug18

A Guide to Travel Photography in London

You all might know that London isn’t exactly my favourite city from a travel standpoint.  I think it’s a bit overrated.  But from a travel photography standpoint, the city is absolutely fantastic.  Around every corner there seems to be something special to photograph.  In fact, as much as I might find London a tad bit dull, there are only a couple cities in all of Europe that come close to hanging when it comes to the...

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The Songzanlin Monastery and Photos of Shangri-la, China
Jun11

The Songzanlin Monastery and Photos of Shangri-la, China

China has a funny way of chasing our emotions around.  One minute we’re completely annoyed by crowds, spitting, tour guides using megaphones as they lead their clients around natural sight, and just noise in general.  The next, we’re blown away by the sites.  I’d say, though, I’ve been more blown away than stressed.  And when I’ve been blown away, I’ve done nothing but wonder why people spend so...

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Exposing Sunset and Sunrise at Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces in Tiantou, China
Jun05

Exposing Sunset and Sunrise at Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces in Tiantou, China

I caught the bus from Guilin to the village of Dazhai, which sits at the base of Longji Rice Terraces, a place us foreigners like to call “Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces”. The region was high on my Chinese travel photography list, and I was eager to check it off. The only problem is that when I arrived, I did so to a white wall of mist and clouds. For most of the first day, I couldn’t see my hand in front of my face, and...

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