Archive for May 2011

25 May, 2011 | Posted by: st

Travel Photography Tips -- Corina: “This is the first article I published in Shopartgallery's Page On Facebook and is dedicated to Travel Photography, a fascinating world in which once you've entered, is very difficult to leave. It becomes a burning passion that makes you long for the next opportunity to go out with your camera.”
Ref:Shopartgallery's Page On Facebook.
TAKEAWAY: Careful here… If you take a picture of the Coliseum in Rome, you are entering the great gallery of the sameness, repeat sameness, photos that have been taken the last decade. In other words, this is a “so-so” picture that photobuyers are going to consider as the average postcard picture of the Coliseum. Instead, go one step fuirther and make it an editorial photograph using Rohn Engh’s formula: P=B+P+S+I.

18 May, 2011 | Posted by: st

IMPROVING YOUR TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS -- SG: “Most travelers want to show off their photographs and have decent reminders of a great adventure. If the travel photography is dismal, your trip might seem to have been less than extraordinary.”
SOURCE: Suzy Guese;

MORE UNIQUE TRAVEL Photos -- 6 Ways.
SOURCE: NeilTa ;

LAPTOPS FOR TRAVEL -- If you’re traveling for longer than a two week holiday, using a camera with a sensor 10MP or higher to shoot your photographs and are planning to shoot lots of photographs, then carrying enough memory cards for your trip my not be practical, cost affective or secure. SOURCE: Abby;

11 May, 2011 | Posted by: st

TELL A STORY -- In some of the workshops Layne Kennedy conducts, participants share just ten shots at the end of the trip. “They learn how to edit their images down and tell their travel story in a concise, compelling way,” explains Layne Kennedy, a Minneapolis based magazine editorial photographer, who leads many travel photography workshops in the states and abroad. “It’s not just about taking great travel pictures, it’s about telling a story,” he says. SOURCE: Farewell Travels ;
PHOTO: Michelle Cast

04 May, 2011 | Posted by: st

COLOR OR B+W? Travel photography tips: color or B+W? It's a tricky question. The answer depends on the look that you are trying to achieve. Some images are more reliant on texture and tone than on color, and other images need the color to tell their story. B+W is also considered slightly more 'arty' but at the end of the day it's what you, the photographer, prefer. SOURCE: Nick Rains
PHOTO: Nick Rains

5 TIPS -- Improve Your Travel Photography. SOURCE: Ralph Velasco
PHOTO: Ralph Velasco