Below are some of the world's best cities to forever capture fleeting moments in time. Whether it's the vibe of a town or purely the ebb and flow of humanity going about their daily lives while you, as a pseudo voyeur, peer through a camera
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.
To grow your Instagram account and to reach more people with your travel content, you need to post regular Reels. Reels is one of Instagram’s newest and most popular features, allowing users to create short 30-to-60-second-long videos to share on their feeds. Struggling for ideas for your Instagram Reels? Here are a few suggestions for Reels to share on your travels.
Even though the world is still experiencing the pandemic, so to speak, the people’s desire to become digital nomads is still there! In fact, being exposed to the uncertainties of a pandemic, more and more people looked into ways to make money with the help of just a computer and while staying at home. Why?
When you’re planning future travels, don’t just jet off without considering the ethical impact of your trip. Take the time to research where you are going and how you will behave when you are there, making a conscious effort to be a more ethical traveller. Here are a few ways that you can start to travel more ethically.
Are you missing travelling this year? We’re calming our wanderlust by scrolling through Instagram, admiring the archives of some of our favourite travel photographers. If you’re missing exploring new places, we’ve compiled a list of who to follow for travel photos that will make you stop in your tracks. Discover the world without leaving your living room by checking out these photographers.
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.
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