Travel Photography Tips
Having worked in the travel industry for over 20 years, I have visited many interesting places on photographic assignments including France, Italy, Cape Verde, Senegal and The Gambia. My travel photography has appeared in many national and international publications including Lonely Planet, The Independent on Sunday, Hello, Marie Claire and iO Donna and in holiday brochures and websites for The Gambia Experience, Goa Experience, Cape Verde Experience, Corsican Places and Sardinian Places amongst others.
I have also worked for many years as a photographic editor, enhancing images from simple adjustments to more complicated alterations such as removing people from photographs and even filling empty swimming pools with water!
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From discovering a revolutionary lightweight tripod system to learning how to take better food photos with my phone, The Photography Show made an inspirational day out.
For beautiful images of wild mountains and forests, people, wildlife and stunning architecture that will send you into a wanderlusting frenzy, follow these travel and wildlife photographers on Instagram.
The weather may be ever-changing, but the beauty of Venice is not. Here are my tips for photographing this iconic city, come rain, fog or sunshine.
My first view of the Great Bear Rainforest, the last great expanse of temperate rainforest in the world, was through the window of a float plane. The excitement, mingled with a touch of nervousness about the flight, was palpable. Would we see any bears? Would we see any cubs? Would we be able to capture the photos we longed for?
Having spent a day with wildlife photographer, David Plummer, I picked up some great tips ready for my trip to Canada. And I’d like to share them with you.
People often ask me what camera I use to capture the pictures I share on my blog. I love photography and have done ever since I had my first camera at the age of ten. I've had a number of cameras since then and nearly all of these were second-hand. Professional...
A little after sunset the sky turns a deep dark blue, the lights of the bars and restaurants around the harbour shine brightly against the darkening sky. It's a fabulous, atmospheric time to take photos on your travels. Here are my tips on blue hour photography,...