Panama Photography – There’s More to Photograph Than The Canal
Before I visited Panama to improve my Spanish, the only thing I knew about this Central American country was the Panama Canal and it being a transportation gateway.
Travel photography also keeps me walking, and I wasn’t sure what else I was going to capture in Panama.
I was surprised there was so much beauty in Panama.
And here are some of my travel photography adventures in Panama.
Since I travel long-term, carrying around photography equipment is challenging. Right now, I don’t use my telephoto lens. But if you’re serious about photographing Panama, then consider getting a telephoto lens to photograph wildlife or an underwater camera for marine life. There are dolphins, sloths, stingrays (careful), howler monkeys, birds, etc., to capture moments.
Travel and keep firing that shutter.
About the Author: Vincent Croos
I’m the founder of Aperlust. I enjoy web development and SEO and am into snowboarding and linguistics. In my spare time, you can find me destroying my opponents in chess across the globe.