The Best Ways to Document your Road Trip
Jul30

The Best Ways to Document your Road Trip

In today’s fast-paced world, surrounded by an abundance of cheap airline flights, it would be easy to think the classic road trip was slowly dying out. After all, who wants to spend hours in a hot, stuffy car when you could be getting to your destination much quicker through other means of transportation? As it happens, the allure of the road trip still endures for millions of travellers all over the world, as they organise their...

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Photograph Caribbean Way of Life!

The Caribbean is a dream destination for many photographers with a diverse range of landscapes, architecture, and cultural sights. You can get a great shot in the most unexpected places and with so many places to choose from deciding on just one can seem impossible. To help you make up your mind here are some great locations for a little inspiration. Tobago With over 400 species of birds, dense jungle rainforest and uncrowded beaches...

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Recovery and Ruins in Huanchaco, Peru
May23

Recovery and Ruins in Huanchaco, Peru

Northern Peru weren’t exactly kind to me.  In Mancora, I picked up a nasty stomach bug from a hamburger.  So rather than spending the 3 days there surfing, eating ceviche, and laying around on the beach, I spent it on the toilet, and letting anti-biotics wage war in my body.  So, by the time I got to Huanchaco I was feeling really itchy to go out and take some pictures, and explore a little bit. I’ve been to Huanchaco...

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5 Places I Need to Revisit and Re-Shoot
May21

5 Places I Need to Revisit and Re-Shoot

As a travel photographer, it’s often a bit painful looking back at some of your old images. Sometimes, you just didn’t get good weather. Other times, you go a bit lazy in a certain destination and your images show that. And, of course, some times it’s been so long since you’ve photographed a place that your skill set is different and you wish you had captured it differently. I’d be lying if I said that I...

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Great Success! Photos from our Peru Photography Tour and Workshop
May20

Great Success! Photos from our Peru Photography Tour and Workshop

Well, I can’t really believe how quickly that went. I suppose, in comparison to the 56 day tours I used to lead in South America, 14 days is a blink of the eye. But, it still seemed to whip through really quickly. Every day I kept waking up and thinking, “damn, it’s already day 6!”. I really couldn’t be happier with how the tour went. Yes, we had some issues to deal with like any trip; there was a railroad strike,...

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