DIY Travel Photography: Street shooting

Location: A busy street corner full of people Street photography refers to taking photographs of people out in public places, in situations that are natural and not set up. When you’re on a holiday this is actually pretty easy to do, since it’s harder to take a photograph of a famous landmark without people in

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DIY Travel Photographer: Landscapes

Location: Some place naturally scenic Have you ever arrived at your destination only to find yourself in front of an incredible natural landscape that put you in complete awe of the world? Whether it be a forest of green trees, a white sand beach with clear turquoise waters or a majestic chain of mountains, it’s

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DIY Travel Photographer: Camera phone

Location: Anywhere in the whole wide world! The destination has been chosen and the flights are booked, but you’re not sure you’ll do the trip any justice with your photography skills. Are you afraid of coming back with thousands of boring and unappealing photographs to upload on to your social media, or show your family

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Take better travel photos

Have you ever gone on an amazing holiday and taken hundreds of photos of the incredible things you saw and experienced, and upon showing them to family or friends, you find that they don’t truly represent the experience that you had? You are not alone. This is a common problem for many of us when

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DIY Vanlife Around Australia

Location: Sydney, New South Wales The great Australian road trip has enticed many a foreign (and native) traveller around it’s sunny shores, through its hot red centre, and along it’s bushy green paths. With so many things to do and see spread across this wide brown land, what better way to experience the land down

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Lessons learned from a photography workshop with William Patino

My partner and I were on a long dreamt about road trip across Australia camping out of our car, and I was hitting a creative plateau with my photography at the worst possible time. The locations we were at held countless opportunities to shoot the beautiful Australian landscapes around us as we were minutes from

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Editing Star Photos in Lightroom

Following on from my first post on ‘A Guide to Star Photography’, and assuming that you’ve had a few weeks to get out and practice those pointers yourself, we are going to take those images of yours and see how post processing can make your start photos really pop. Rarely do any digital photo taken

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A Guide to Star Photography

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‘How do I take pictures of the stars’ is one question I get asked frequently, and this does not surprise me as I really enjoy taking images in the middle of the night. One of the most fascinating things about taking star pictures is how drastically the landscape can look compared to the daytime. For

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DIY Vanlife: Part 2

Location: Geelong, Victoria So you’re thinking about hitting the road and the most cost effective way to do that is by living out of your car, but you don’t own a van that’s already fitted out. That’s okay because you don’t have to trade in your car if you can’t afford to upgrade. In my

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