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.
In the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all sitting inside for long hours, waiting for life to return to some sort of normal. Meanwhile, the clampdown on international travel and the evacuation of public spaces for anything but the basic activities of survival are turning Spring into a dismal season. But this will
Landscape photography? Astrophotography? Interiors? What do all these have in common? Right! They all crave being shot with wide lenses! And when it comes to photography, there is no challenge like deciding between one optic or another. Therefore, guidance is always helpful. Today we’ll be talking about some of the pros and cons of two
The lockdowns began in late January. The first was Wuhan in China, the epicenter of the current coronavirus pandemic. The images that came back to us of a major, modern city reduced to a ghost town of empty streets and shuttered storefronts unnerved people across the world. And then the virus spread, and the lockdowns