Travel photography

Travel photographer article from Iceland for Photoworld Magazin

Travel photographer article from Iceland for Photoworld Magazine, China 8211; Wandering Around the WorldTravel photographer article from Iceland for Photoworld Magazine, China 8211; Wandering Around the World.

How to Sell a Travel Story to a Magazine and Help Fund Your Travels

There is nothing quite like when you sell a travel story to a magazine. Seeing all your hard work in print gives you a great sense of satisfaction. Editorial work has changed a lot over the past few years, and you must prepare yourself for some rejection. However, if you follow this simple process of selling a story, and donrsquo;t give up, you will reap the rewards.Once you have an article idea, itrsquo;s always a good idea to research the type of magazines that may be interested in printing your story. Magazines differ significantly from one another. To give your story the best possible chance of publication, aim to pitch it to the right place..

Travel Photography Articles Outdoor Photography Guide

Shipboard Photography: Carrying, Stabilizing, and Protecting Your GearPhotographing People in Other Cultures: How to Shoot with Courtesy and RespectUsing Photographic Creativity to Bring Home Stunning Travel Photos.

What We See When We Look at Travel Photography The New York Times

There is a vast gulf between how people tend to think of “tourism,” an agreeable pursuit for themselves and a great benefit to their local economy, and how people tend to think of other tourists, as interlopers, beholden to oafish appetites for packaged experience. Those of us who travel professionally, with a view to record for those at home our encounters on the road, try to bridge that perceptual divide. This can be ufortable. Tourists in bad faith, we are paid to elevate our naïve consumption (of city, museum, vista, ruin, breakfast) to the level of a vocation. The internal anxiety that this contradiction inspires in us often gets displaced, in an amusing way, onto others on the same circuit..

Travel Photography Explained

Travel photography differs from other subcategories of photography. It is a genre that has few limitations to its image qualifiers, but will also test the photographer to great lengths due to the abundance of challenges faced. Within the travel photography genre, one can expect to see a vast range of images aimed to capture anything from thebination of landscapes, portrait, street, culture, food, underwater scenes and more.However, the uniqueponent at the heart of travel photography, is that the images from the vast range of subcategoriesnbsp;are aimed to capture and share moments in time from different cultures, an alternate way of life, and varied geographical locations from around the globe..

Ken Kaminesky Travel Photography Blog

As with most years, 2019 was a roller coaster ride in so many ways for me and one of the best ups from the year had to be that I started to do some writing for one of my all-time favorite photography magazines, Outdoor Photographer. I was also fortunate enough to get one of my photos top grace the cover of this prestigious publication and I8217;m still smiling each time I think about that.I had a lot of positive feedback on my last post titled “Why Photographers Need A Blog” and thought it would be a good idea to do a follow up with an industry expert on web hosting, Terry Kyle the CEO, and founder of WPX Hosting..

Travel Photography Explained

Irsquo;ve slowly learned the techniques of travel photography over years of reading books, watching online tutorials, and regular practice to improve my craft. You can learn this way too mdash; if you put in the effort!The early bird gets the worm. Irsquo;m sure yoursquo;ve heard that phrase. Well, itrsquo;s also very true for travel photography. Light is the most important ingredient for great photography mdash; and soft, warm, morning light creates amazing images.Sunrise isnrsquo;t the only time to catch good light. Sunsets are also great (check out these shots from Lofoten). The hour after sunrise and the hour before sunset are nicknamed ldquo;golden hoursrdquo; because of their soft, warm tones and eye-pleasing shadows..

20 Best Travel Photography Tips To Improve Your Photos

If you’re specifically interested in travel photography, you’re going to be spending a lot of time in unfamiliar places, quite possibly surrounded by people who follow different social etiquette norms8230;.

Photography Articles Travel Photography NYIP

I occasionally get thement from people that photography takes away from what they are experiencing when they travel. A recent article from Smithsonian Magazine suggests that this might be true. They did a study where people who took more photos in a museum remembered less about the paintings they photographed than the people who [amp;hellipI occasionally get thement from people that photography takes away from what they are experiencing when they travel. A recent article from Smithsonian Magazine suggests that this might be true. They did a study where people who took more photos in a museum remembered less about the paintings they photographed than the people who didn’t take photos..

Why Taking Photos While You Travel is Important G Adventures

5 questions amp; answers withPhotographer: Geo D. Oliver about his travels innbsp; [ PackedMagazine ]1st publishedarticle about Photographer: Geo D. Oliver including thecoverof Backpacker Magazine [ 1stpage ][ 2nd page ][ 3rdpage ]Polish language article about American road drifters amp; Geo D.Oliver inside [ Total FunMagazine ]Article about backpacker films amp; ThePoint of Travelling photography exhibition on [ About]Geo’s article about the cityhe loves.nbsp; Published in Packed Magazine [ March/April2007 ][ Cracow-Life] writes in their NEWS feed about PHOTOhype’s 10yr anniversary bash at PozytywkaThe hostel flyer for Kabul Backpackers [ frontamp; back ] inBarcelona, Spain.nbsp; This Geo inspired design includes text, originalPHOTOhype images of Barcelona amp; the impressive wall mural at the [ entranceof Kabul youth hostel ]..