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Travel Calendar by flickr user danmoyle

Imagine this exact scenario.  You’ve just returned home from a trip of a lifetime having experienced life changing events and you’ve taken more photos than you know what to do with.  How can you share them with your friends and family in a meaningful way.  Let’s face it, your average pal or family member may […]

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Boryeong Mud Festival in Korea

Recently I checked out the Boryeong Mud Festival held annually at Daecheon Beach, South Korea.  Seeing grown adults get completely covered in mud and hurling it at one another is a lot of fun; however, when it comes to protecting your camera it’s not quite as ‘playful’ to have it exposed to the elements. I […]

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Camera in the water - change your vantage point - by flickr user mtsofan

Another very common mistake made by many aspiring photographers is to hold the camera around chest to eye level and take shots in landscape orientation (holding the camera naturally as it is) more often than not. Consider taking more shots in portrait orientation (camera held vertically instead of horizontally) or even better (my personal favorite) […]

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Pointing Finger Is Pointing - by flickr user adamcrowe

You’re the most amazing person on earth & who am I to debate YOU on this subject. However, from entirely my own subjective & biased opinion, I find most individuals take too many ‘personal’ shots while traveling.  It’s great to have plenty of shots of YOU exploring new destinations, but not to the point where […]

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Crumpler Keystone Camera/Laptop bag by flickr user retrocactus

Taking a trip around the world is something many dream of.  Whether or not you are travelling half way around the world or a nearby city from your home town, it’s important to have a strategy in place to keep your camera gear protected.  The following four tips are ways in which you can protect […]

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Cute Dog in Songtan, Korea

This travel photo is of a curious cute dog roaming the streets in Songtan, Korea near an American Military Base. Recently, I’ve written a guide regarding changing your perspective to improve your travel photography.  Nothing exemplifies this more than this particular shot.  I crouched down on my knees as low as I could get and […]

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