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Tag : travel photography

Nepal Photography Tour – new for 2023

Nepal Upper Mustang Photography Tour – New for 2023 Last year I was contacted by a travel agent in Nepal to ask if I was interested in running a photography tour in Nepal. Over several months many discussions took place as to what the nature of that photography tour would entail. Then around December 2021, the decisions were finalized and the flights were booked. Nepal has a wealth of photo opportunities to offer. From the high mountains that it’s famous […]

7 Tips For Starting Out As A Professional Photographer

7 Tips For Starting Out As A Professional Photographer guides you into some of the things that you should be thinking about on your journey into being a pro. The photography industry isn’t an easy one with everyone vying for a slice of the pie. Think about what I say here as it is absolutely going to help you going forward. My channel is dedicated to all things landscape and travel photography so if that’s your thing then I’d love […]

Puglia Travel Photography

Puglia Travel Photography shows some of what I did in southern Italy in early October 2021. Having never been south of Rome it was a great introduction to the area as I was privileged to be given special access to a number of different including bell towers; rooftops and hotel terraces. The work being carried out was for a commission and the results of what I did should be published in a couple of months time. My channel is dedicated […]

Landscape & Travel Photography in Uzbekistan

Landscape & Travel Photography in Uzbekistan is a small vlog with some sobering thoughts. During August 2021 I was commissioned to photograph Uzbekistan on a journey that circumnavigated the country. About 2/3 of the way into that journey the team and I were in the town of Termez which borders Afghanistan. During our stay the country fell into the hands of the Taliban. One of the team had a friend who was in Kabul and was worried about his safety. […]

Vlog update – Why hasn’t there been much of late?

I know that it has gone unnoticed that there has been a lack of vlogs since the spring. The answer is very simple in that travel has opened up. Because travel has opened up it’s meant that some jobs that were waiting on restrictions to be lifted could come to fruition. So interspersed with my update are images of what happened since it was filmed. But hopefully you’ll have a good understanding of how things work in my day to […]

Landscape Photography – Exploring France – Indre and Creuse

This week’s episode on Landscape Photography Exploring France shows a little of the departments of Indre and Creuse. These central French departments have a number beautiful sites to visit. Now, I didn’t get a lot of time to vlog as I was trying to do some work on a presentation I’ve been asked to do. Sometimes work just comes first! My channel is dedicated to all things landscape and travel photography so if that’s your thing then I’d love to […]

How to Use The Datacolor Spydercube For Better White Balance

In this week’s vlog I show you how to use the Datacolor Spydercube for better white balance in your images. White balance is critical in your images. Making sure the image is free of colour casts is a must for any serious photographer out there. Skip over this knowledge at your peril! You can buy your own here: https://geni.us/So6KoO

Landscape Photography Exploring France Deux Sevres

Landscape Photography Exploring France Deux Sevres is a quick vlog in the department of Deux Sèvres. A department of central France that has much to see and do. There wasn’t much time to do an extensive trip here. I was out with my kids showing them the country they never get to see. But hopefully you’ll enjoy the small ride along with us.

Abandoned Railways and Disused Stations of France – Part 1

Part 1 of the Abandoned Railways and Disused Stations of France shows what’s left of the and stations between Chinon and Loudun. France is famous for its high speed TGV but beyond this there are many rural lines that have been closed but are still intact as well as the infrastructure that goes along with it. This isn’t my usual content but when I’m out and about I come across so much of it that I thought I’d document it.

How I Recce Landscape Photography

How I Recce Landscape Photography is a warts and all look at what goes through my mind when I see a scene. What I am thinking with regards to the composition and then execution of the final image. What you see here isn’t an image that I deem a success but it’s useful to at least try and make a scene work. You just have to get out there at times and see if these things are worth pursuing or […]