I’ve seen several photos that my nomadic friends have taken only to be ruined by unwanted people or objects in the photo. I’ll teach you how to remove objects or people from the background of your picture using Lightroom. Watch the below video. https://youtu.be/Q23nr1bdqFE Go to the Lightroom develop module with the photo. Select the spot healing brush (Q … [Read more...]
Travel Photography Blog
Follow my travel photography blog as I make photos of the world and everyone in it.
Travel photography isn’t easy. Travel itself costs money, but the photography equipment adds more to the expenses. I try to travel and photograph with the least amount of money and equipment required. Sometimes when I’m on assignment, I have to travel with more equipment — bummer.
I’m an advocate for traveling light and I encourage everyone to photograph with less equipment. It will save you money and make you more mobile.
But eh, isn’t photographing the world better than any other practice of photography?
Read my travel photography blog below for more stories and tips.
Travel photography produces the most epic and rewarding photos. There’s a variety of subjects on this planet that can all be photographed differently: landscapes, street art, and foreign dishes, to wildlife, plants, and people. Read my travel photography tips to getting the ultimate photo. Travel Photography Tips 1. Pack as little as possible with photography and … [Read more...]
I possibly might have bought the best travel tripod when I was new to photography three years ago. Not knowing much about tripods at that time, I purchased the Manfrotto MKC3-H01 for about $70 Canadian dollars. I’m still travelling right now and using the Manfrotto MKC3-H01. This tripod has been to Iceland, Colombia, The Galapagos, etc. What I like about this tripod is … [Read more...]
One of the most important steps in photography is to save photos while travelling. There are a few steps I take to save photos including saving photos online. First of all, I capture all my photos taken with my DSLR in RAW format. For my underwater photos, I use a GoPro which can only save photos in JPEG at the moment. Below I will be discussing how to save RAW files … [Read more...]
Paul Porter and I worked on our Iceland photography this past June. Iceland is one of my favourite countries; it’s right up there with Canada and Colombia. From waterfalls, geysers, and volcanoes; to the midnight sun, icebergs, and wildlife; Iceland has so much to admire and photograph. Why Everyone Wants to Travel to Iceland But this Iceland photography expedition … [Read more...]