TUTORIALS AND TIPS

Focal Length in Travel Photography

Understanding focal length in Travel Photography

During my travel photography workshops I get asked very frequently about the focal length and its relationship with the human eye. So let me go straight to the…
Reference guide to travel photography

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide for Travel Photography

So you booked your next trip(s) and you want to document it with some travel photography.…
Full guide to ISO in Travel Photography

Camera ISO [from full form to a Waterfall case study]

When it comes to ISO, I am sure you have heard enough about the ISO full…
Natural light photography when travelling [13 lighting facts]

Natural light photography when travelling [13 lighting facts]

Light is the photographers’ raw ingredient, and in many ways it’s also the most important aspect…
Camera focusing techniques, from blurred photos to sharp images

Discover 7 camera focusing techniques for sharp photography

One of the most important thing in a good photo is the focus. Sometime it can…
Iphone and Mobile Photography Course in Melbourne

Iphone and Mobile Photography Course in Melbourne

Influenced and inspired by Stef's use of Instagram and other photo-sharing apps, this mobile photography course provides 3 hours…
Stealing images and photography copyright – what if somebody is using my photos?

Copyright of photos, the full guide [including infringement on stealing]

Let me start with few common questions: can I download a photo and use it on…

Best travel photography apps 2018 – All free to download

I cannot remember if I first start travelling or making photos, it is probably one of that…
How to photograph running water with a DSLR

How to photograph moving water – silky effect

Water is a hugely versatile photographic subject. From tiny droplets to vast oceans, it offers unlimited…
Photography Cheat Sheet Pocket Card - Your travel reference

Photography Cheat Sheet Pocket Card, 7 powerful strategies to follow

Are you new to Photography? Is it too confusing to set up your camera? Automatic will…