Editor’s note: Dallas and Denver workshops announced in July! You can learn how to take photos many different ways. Whether you decide to attend a photography school, watch a YouTube video to learn the best technique or perhaps you may just prefer to go at your own pace and teach yourself. Whatever the style of learning may be all methods… Continue reading "Unlocking the Creative Mind of Trey Ratcliff"
Tag: Travel Photography
Actually maybe I wanted to be a travel writer, or even better – a combination of the both. So it’s no surprise that 12 months ago, when I started to pin the location of my Facebook friends onto a world map canvas I purchased at TYPO that I started to hatch a grand plan. I decided I was going to… Continue reading "I Wanted To Be a Travel Photographer"
Y’know who I’d like to meet out there on my travels one day? You. Yep, true fact. Know why? Because if we met, it would mean a confluence of journeys had occurred – and we’d each be the one that the other would tell stories about when we got home. You know how I know this? Because you’re here at… Continue reading "My 5 Secretly Favorite Things About Travel"
Chances are if you own a camera and enjoy travel you have experienced this challenge which I always have. Whether you are only holiday or on a travel adventure the excitement of getting to you destination and taking photographs can lead to one forgetting to set the correct time or timezone on your camera. You take 100s and 1000s of… Continue reading "Editing the Capture Time of Images in Lightroom"
Over the next week I want to share with you some interviews with photographers who are friends with me on Facebook. Rather than constantly seeing their photos and bombarding them with likes, I thought it would be a great idea to showcase some of their work and find out a little more about the photographer and person behind the images… Continue reading "From My Facebook Feed: An Interview with Ignacio Palacios"
With photography being one of the most popular past times it seems 2015 has become the year of the photography workshop. With so many photography workshops out there I thought it would be fitting to put together a small list of some of the best photography workshops of 2015. I’ve listed workshops run by – insert shameless plug – F… Continue reading "5 of the Best Photo Workshops of 2015"
Last November my team booked our first location wedding and below are some small things that I learned and thought I would pass on to others who may be making the plunge and shooting a destination wedding soon. Flights to be organised for you to arrive to the day prior to the wedding. By organising your flight the day before… Continue reading "What I Learned From Filming My First Destination Wedding"
Founded by Tracy Foster, ONA (pronounced ō’na) is a stylish brand of handcrafted camera bags, which started a revolution in quality design back in 2010. With the rise of Mirrorless cameras many photographers these days are turning to ONA bags as they seem to be the perfect houses for their daily photography kit. If you’re looking for a suitable home for your expensive gear,… Continue reading "The Ultimate ONA Camera Bag Buying Guide"
In this interview Leigh Diprose sits down with photographer Paul Pichugin to discuss his role with the Giving Lens, how to build an Instagram following and what photographic gear he takes when travelling abroad.
Tell us about yourself. When did you first start in photography and what other things do you enjoy doing apart from photography? I am a portrait, wedding and travel photographer based in Las Vegas. My portrait and wedding work specializes in photographing the South Asian community which honors my culture and Pakistani heritage. I have recently expanded my business by… Continue reading "Featured Photographer – Yasmin Tajik"