Capturing photographs of native wildlife is an excellent way of commemorating your travels, especially if you have enjoyed an experience such as whale watching or a safari. It can be tricky to perfect your shots, however, as wildlife is notoriously tricky to photograph. You need to respect the animals and keep your distance, but you want your photos to be clear and close up. Here are our top tips for taking wildlife photos on your travels.
We may not be able to travel far at the moment, but why not use this time to hone your travel photography skills from home? Perhaps you’re already a keen photographer looking to refine your skills, or you could be a beginner who wants to be ready to shoot on the go when travelling resumes. Here are our top travel photography tips that you can practice at home.
This time at home is the perfect opportunity to sort through all of your travel photos from the past year and occupy your self with a creative project. Here are a few ideas of what you could do with your travel photos during lockdown.
When you’re travelling around the world, you want to take photos of everything that you see. You may be tempted to take photos of the people that you meet and the buildings that you visit, but before you get out the camera and press the shutter, take a minute to ponder whether the photo you’re about to take is ethical.
The majestic peaks of the Three Towers of Paine (The Cordillera Paine mountain group) will be one of the most spectacular sights you will ever witness located in Torres del Paine National Park - Puerto Natales, Chile.
Here are our top travel photography tips for beginners – perfect for anyone who is making their first foray into capturing their travels. If you want to take better travel photos, this simple advice is just what you need to get you started on your
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