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When travelling to an amazing new destination, we would all love to take beautiful photos without clutter and hordes of other tourists filling our perfectly selected compositions. But in a bustling city that can be a difficult task and frustrating when you get home to realise your amazing shot outside the Eiffel Tower was ruined by someone standing in the way. Here’s a few tips to get the best photos you can from your trip.
Solo Traveling: Lessons Learned About Self Discovery | Tips & Other Magic Potions – By Pascale Chemali
Spoiler alert: there are no magic potions and it might get a little bumpy, but let’s face it, themed parks are no fun without their roller coasters. This article is not a quick fix into self discovery but rather a little crack to let the light in.
Today we bring you the stunning work of female travel photographer Amy Ames. Amy’s captures these incredible wildllife storytelling images, its like she’s able to capture the animals souls with her images. You can find her on IG here – @amyamesphotography
Traveling long distances with small children can be rough at times. Occasionally, it can feel down right daunting and exhausting. For those super hero parents who have children with special needs, your vacation turns into a full time job of careful organization for a smooth trip.
When I first started creating travel photos, I often aimed to capture a scene containing as few people as possible, or ideally none. I thought it made for a cleaner “prettier” shot without all the clutter of people. I would capture a beautiful scene, a lovely monument, an ancient building…Now when I am in a small French village, or a local farmers market, I want to capture the people in my photographs. Why? Because they are part of the story.
How to travel sustainably in a heating world. Ali Wines shares tips for reducing your carbon footprint while traveling.