I find it almost impossible to turn down an opportunity to photograph just about any form of live music; it’s just too much of a buzz. Imagine my delight, then, at an invitation to capture some of the precious moments in the build-up to something so truly groundbreaking: the first opera in Siem Reap.
“Go Big Online!” reads Crowdfire’s tagline. I spent a week thoroughly reviewing the ins-and-outs of the social media tool that appears so attractive to the busy photographer wanting to bolster engagement on Instagram and Facebook. Read on to hear my two cents.
It’s not meant to be a rant, although in that endeavour I’ve quite possibly failed. Anyway, sometimes rants are good reads… See why Nikon are making me nervous right now even though I’ve been a loyal user since 2012.
As of February 1st, the Angkor Wat ticket prices will rise to USD $37 for a single day visit. Get the low down on the rest of the prices, what that might mean for the park, and how it affects my tour pricing.
Go behind the scenes with Chris and learn his simple process for making stunning long exposure photographs of waterfalls. See how he shoots and what he uses to get these results.
2 years ago, I’d never have believed you if you’d said I’d be leading photography tours in Cambodia, but that’s exactly what came next! Read on to hear more about my journey.
Surely I can’t be the only soul who gets the impression that the predominance of this “It’s all Photoshop” whinging is coming from other photographers? Maybe it’s time to stop whinging about Photoshop and time to start learning how to use it.
Like a lot of photographers, I’m drawn to capturing those “take-it-all-in,” ultra-wide cityscape shots… And I suspect I’m not the only photographer who has also spent WAY TOO MUCH MONEY on equipment and hence can’t afford a tilt-shift lens to keep the straight lines straight in my architectural shots. Here’s why I no longer need one.
After reviewing some of my older photography, I’ve come to the conclusion that when it comes to shadow detail, less is often more when you want to retain or emphasise mood and atmosphere.
A tale in travel photography in its truest sense, I venture into the remote hills of Shan State, Burma (Myanmar) to deliver a photograph to a village elder taken years ago by a friend and fellow photographer. Trace my steps through the hills here.