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A Guide to Ultralight Travel Clothing for Landscape Photography

[ad_1] A Guide to Ultralight Travel Clothing for Landscape Photography How many bags do you pack for a landscape photography trip? While your camera gear is probably the heaviest part of your luggage, your clothing may be the bulkiest. But as any mountaineer or thru-hiker will tell you, it doesn’t need to be that way! Last week we did a “gear shakedown” to cut down the weight of your camera gear, but optimizing gear is an easy way to burn […]

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Prepping for Your Holiday Vacation: How to Make a Travel Video

[ad_1] Prepping for Your Holiday Vacation: How to Make a Travel Video The holidays are a time where many photographers take a few weeks off to either be with family or relocate for vacation. Most of us who are not videographers shy away from the idea of recording the time simply because we fear it will look amateur. A few tips will help make your vacation and time with family more impressive than you thought it could be.  Lost LeBlanc  takes us through ten […]

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Five Budget Travel Tips to Save on Long-Term Landscape Photography

[ad_1] Five Budget Travel Tips to Save on Long-Term Landscape Photography “Let’s go to New Zealand!” Ka-ching, that’s a pretty chunk of change to shell out, but travel has become comparatively more affordable than ever before. If you are considering extended travel to invest in your landscape photography, you can save a ton of money without turning vagabond. By long-term travel, I mean longer than a few weeks on the road. I’ve been location independent for the last four months, […]

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Simple Steps for Planning a Travel Photography Trip

[ad_1] Simple Steps for Planning a Travel Photography Trip For all us photographers, travel and photography are activities that typically go together. Perhaps there is the random photographer out there that refuses to bring their camera along on vacations, but I think most of us can relate to James Wheeler’s latest video. Granted, not all of your vacations will have a primary emphasis on the images captured, but let’s face it, you’ll still probably have your camera handy. With that […]

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Building a Travel Story

[ad_1] Building a Travel Story All too often, I find myself guilty of concentrating on hero images — the one phenomenal image that will get noticed by the right people and will propel my career. In this video, National Geographic photographer Susan Seubert talks about the process of creating a story. I remember being heavily impacted by this video when I watched it in 2015. At the time, I was a full-time travel photographer, but my focus was on the commercial […]

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A Walkthrough of How a Cinematic Travel Film was Shot and Edited

[ad_1] A Walkthrough of How a Cinematic Travel Film was Shot and Edited Where usually we can only sit in awe of a videographer’s creation, this time you can learn exactly how it was done. Aidin Robbins is filmmaker whose following is growing quickly, and for good reason. He’s a fantastic storyteller, videographer, and video editor, creating shot travel films that are truly a joy to watch. From the first short Robbins created that happened to land in front of me, […]

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A Small Everyday Photography Toolkit for Travel and On-Location Photoshoots

[ad_1] A Small Everyday Photography Toolkit for Travel and On-Location Photoshoots How many times have you had to buy a tool while on the road or borrow one from a building manager during a photoshoot? Over the years, I have built this small, lightweight kit so this wouldn’t happen anymore.  Most photographers will have a few tools tucked into a stand bag for the occasional problem or emergency repair that needs to be done during a location shoot, or they will bring […]

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ACDSee Photo Studio’s Color Wheels Are Great for Refining Color in Travel Photos

[ad_1] ACDSee Photo Studio’s Color Wheels Are Great for Refining Color in Travel Photos In my look at the new features of ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2021, I was excited to see the inclusion of color wheels and tone wheels. I first started using this style of editor in video production; it’s a big part of what gives stylized video like Mad Max its distinctive look. When editing photos, however, it’s a great, intuitive way of working with the luminosity and color ranges […]

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My Favorite New Photography Tool When I Travel

[ad_1] My Favorite New Photography Tool When I Travel I have had the privilege of traveling all over the world as a photographer and love shooting photos of locals. They always light up seeing the images of themselves. However, I realized that while they loved seeing the images on the back of my camera, I was missing something important. Many of these people, especially those in third world countries, don’t even have a single printed image of themselves. I found […]

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Brian Finke’s ‘Flight Attendants’ Series Alludes to Romance of Early Air Travel

[ad_1] Brian Finke’s ‘Flight Attendants’ Series Alludes to Romance of Early Air Travel New York-based photographer Brian Finke’s ‘Flight Attendants’ series is the product of two years of travel crisscrossing the United States as well as numerous trips abroad. Photographing flight attendants in action, as well as at a training school, Finke’s series documents the lives of those who travel for a living. Traveling with more than 10 different carriers, Finke documented the work-and the small moments of down time-of […]

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