Travel writing is just like painting: a travel writer uses a palette of words instead of paints! When you breathe life into a story through your words, readers will want more. Part of the fun of travel writing is sharing your knowledge gained from your experience.
A photograph can tell the whole story or part of the story. What is that saying? “A picture is worth a 1,000 words” means photographs can tell a story just like words do. Like a travel writer, the photographer must decide how much of the story is told by the image. What does this mean? Photographs can enhance and complement your travel article.
- Camera on The Road . Lorelle and Brent Van Fossen have taken more than 70,000 photographs. Visit this blog to learn about travel writing and photography. Discover mistakes to avoid!
- Foster Travel . Award winning travel writing and photography on 200 worldwide destinations.
- Travography . Read this blog from all the way from Sydney, Australia! “Roderick Eime is a professional travel writer and photographer based in Sydney, Australia. His work regularly appears in magazines and newspapers in Australia and overseas.” A great combination of writing and photography.
Off Beat Trips . Comprehensive course that includes key areas such as writing, photography, marketing, and sponsorship.
Before you leave on your next adventure, check out Travel Photography: A Guide to Taking Better Pictures  from the Lonely Planet series. This book is great for beginners and a handy reference for experienced photographers. You will find tips and invaluable suggestions from a professional photographer. So…Pack “Travel Photography: A Guide to Taking Better Pictures” in your backpack or carry-on along with a book from our Top 10 Travel Writing Books page  and you will be good to go!
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