Archive for the ‘Travel Photography’ Category

7 Travel Photography Tips
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[Posted on: 15 August 2011]
[Posted in: Guest Blog Posts, Tips & Tricks, Travel Photography]
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Photography is the world as seen through the eyes of the photographer. In the same way that two writers would tell two completely different accounts of the same moment, two photographers will likely photograph the exact same scene, the exact same moment in two completely different ways. This similarity between writing and photography is exactly [...]

Travel Writer Slash Photographer
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One of the first job responsibilities I had when I started out as an assistant travel editor at Condé Nast was to do photo research. This required physically going to various Ad and PR agencies in midtown Manhattan and examining sheet after sheet of slides with my loupe (which I never let out of my [...]

Travel Photography Tip: Create a Smile Circle
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[Posted on: 11 August 2010]
[Posted in: Tips & Tricks, Travel Photography]
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Today’s Post is a re-print from professional travel photographer David Smith. David has generously given us permission to publish an article that was originally featured on his own blog, Interface Images, titled “Cool Photographer Tip: David’s Smile Circle Group“. Since most travel writers and bloggers these days are also serving double-duty as travel photographers, many [...]



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