8 Useful and Money-Saving Travel Photography Hacks
Nov11

8 Useful and Money-Saving Travel Photography Hacks

When you’re a travel photographer, whether professional or amateur, there are always a lot of concerns regarding cost and space.  Photography gear is extremely expensive, obviously, so when purchasing gear we have to take these things into account.  And when it comes to space, well, you can’t travel with everything you own no matter how much money you have.  Thus, there are a number of travel photography hacks that people...

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Make Airport Screening a Breeze this Winter
Nov06

Make Airport Screening a Breeze this Winter

The weather outside may be frightful, but travelling this winter can be delightful! Whether you’re packing for a winter wonderland with the kids or escaping the cold, these tips from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) will make airport security a breeze. Before the airport Snowy weather can make getting to the airport a challenge, so make sure to arrive with plenty of time to check in and go through screening. Wait...

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How to Make them Mountains Sing!
Oct24

How to Make them Mountains Sing!

I know that if you’ve read the title, you’re already judging my merits as a travel writer.  I think, if you see the video, you might start to worry about my merits as a travel photographer as well.  But, it’s all good.  What I’ve learn over the years is that mistakes are good.  Well, they’re not great, but they’re OK.  Mistakes, if we take them as a learning opportunity, will teach us to make the...

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How a Travel Photographer Takes a Vacation
Oct21

How a Travel Photographer Takes a Vacation

Aside from the usual, “what’s your favourite country,” and “how do you make money?” the question I get asked the most by people is what I do, and where I go for a “vacation”.  Well, a while ago I answered that a bit with my article on defining the word vacation, but I’ve never really shown you how I do it.  The truth, as you may assume, is that as a professional traveller of any kind,...

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Everyone’s got a Poo Story
Oct14

Everyone’s got a Poo Story

It’s crazy to think that it’s been nearly 10 years since I made my first ever solo backpacking trip.  It’s a little bit embarrassing thinking back to the green traveller I was back then, the travel mistakes I made, the way I acted so naively, and of course, the times I got sick.  Since then, I’ve found myself ill more times than I can count.  From extreme issues like malaria in Central Africa to more typical...

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