TAG: Tips for Travel Photography

On this visit to a safari park, I assumed correctly that I wouldn’t be able to get too close to the animals. As such, bringing my 70 – 200 mm lens proved invaluable. Taken at 1/2000 sec, f/2.8, and ISO 100 with a 70 – 200 mm lens zoomed to 200 mm.

Travel Photography – How to Become a Luckier Photographer

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You’ll often hear one photographer comment on another’s work by saying “Wow, that is an incredibly lucky shot” or “Wow, I wish I was lucky enough to come away with a shot like that.” I appreciate the sentiments in both sentences, and there can be no denying that all photography will have an element of…

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Light and Play: Portrait Study in Travel Photography

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An exercise for the emerging photographer Eye to Eye The opportunity to travel is, in my opinion, one of the greatest pleasures on the planet. And the opportunity to document it – to preserve that moment in time – is unparalleled. Please note that this article is dedicated to the emerging photographer and is written…

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