Tips for travelling with Camera Equipment

Rooftops of Dubrovnik's old town. click on the image for other views If you are off on some travels soon and you want to ensure that you make best use of photographic opportunities you will discover, it’s worth having a plan. Especially about the Camera Equipment you are going to take with you.I cover this... Continue Reading →

Black and White to Colour Made Easy

Have you ever tried to convert a black and white to colour?If you have, even if you’ve tried it with Photoshop, Lightroom or any other editing software you’ll know that it's a painful process! Well PixBim have this new software called colour surprise AI and it’s a beauty.It makes colour conversion from black and white... Continue Reading →

16 Tips for Photographing Wildlife whilst Travelling

Leopard stalking his prey in South Luangwa NP in Zambia In Tips to Prepare for Photographing Wildlife while Travelling I gave you some handy tips on preparing for photographing wildlife while travelling. Now it’s time to give you some tips on actually photographing wildlife whilst travelling. So if you have read Tips to Prepare for... Continue Reading →

The Pros and Cons of Using a Vehicle for Travel Photography

Local tour vehicle in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA Whilst we tend to think of photographic equipment as items that closely assist in taking travel photos. One piece of equipment is rarely mentioned. What is that? Well one that should be the most expensive, a motorized vehicle. In the video below from Mitchell Kanashkevich (website) he... Continue Reading →

Understanding the Basics of Digital Travel Photography

Maloti Mountains of Lesotho in the late afternoon light. The majority of us use digital cameras these days for our travel photography. But do we really understand it? In this article, understanding digital travel photography, I’ll explain in simple words, some of technicalities we should all know about digital travel photography. Digital Travel Photography So,... Continue Reading →

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