St. Paul de Vence. Trogir. Syracuse or Meteora. Do these sound familiar? For the vast majority of people across the globe, the short answer is no. Maybe these words bring to mind the college town of Syracuse, New York. Maybe you thought of Saint Paul from the Bible. But no, these are just a few
Fine art travel photography is a term I coined almost ten years ago, a way to describe this emerging forms of art, if only to myself. But recently, I’ve been less hesitant to use it more openly. It’s a term that blends three core photography specialties, each with their own distinct legacies and legendary practitioners.
Travel and photography are a match made in heaven, but is it reasonable to ask ourselves if we could actually make a living out of this. The short answer is yes. Unfortunately, there aren’t easy paths in order to achieve such a rewarding career. The most valuable asset any aspiring professional traveling photographer can have
Photography has a lot of bitter-and-sweet challenges; and one of them is shooting white stuff properly. By properly we mean with the appropriate tonal range that enables winter landscapes to look rich in texture and full of character. Here you’ll find some valuable information for you to make the most out of your winter landscape