Understanding how to travel with your camera and photography accessories can save you a lot of aggravation, pain and potentially money. This episode talks about some of the things you need to consider before you decide to hit the road or board an airplane with your photography gear.
Capturing great travel photos and video using mobile devices like an iPhone, GoPro or a point and shoot like the Canon G7x Mark II is easier than you may think. We discuss what worked for us on a recent trip and something that didn’t live up to the hype.
We have 3 tips for better travel photography in this episode of The Photo Flunky Show. Unlike most of the tips you hear about travel photography, we aren’t lecturing about composition, rule of thirds or anything technical. Instead, the topics we discuss have more to do with your preparation and you’re state of mind so […]
Today we’re interviewing Shawn Kent, founder of a new iOS app for photographers. Pixeo helps travel photographers find great locations through a curated list of geotagged photos. The app uses both Creative Commons and user-uploaded photographs to help you find new places to practice your travel and landscape photography. Born Out of Travel and Geocaching […]
Ever wanted to photograph a travel location you already visited? While it’s tempting to move on to new places with fresh scenery, there are times when I want to go back to a destination to complete some unfinished business. Why Return to Photograph a Travel Location? There’s something exciting about visiting a new location, and […]
Detail photos are often easy to overlook when you travel, but they often convey some important part of your story. Imagine a trip without thinking of the food, or a wedding without a photo of the rings and preparation before the ceremony. Your detail photos are essential story elements. What Are Detail Photos? I often […]
The Sorcerer Hat – It’s a Kind of Magic I miss the Sorcerer Hat in Disney Hollywood Studios. Maybe it was only intended to be there temporarily, but it became an iconic part of the park. Some people loved the Sorcerer Hat while others hated it. The original design intent of Disney Hollywood Studios was set in Hollywood […]
Balancing Travel Photography with a Family Vacation is Tough When I was a single man, my vacations were dedicated photography trips. Now that I’m married with a family, it’s more of a balancing act to share travel photography with a family vacation. Lee and I discuss some of our experiences trying to get the shot […]
How do you decide which DSLR lens to use when taking travel or landscape photos? Do you go by focal length because you like to shoot wide or get tight on your subject? I wish that I could choose one style or the other, because my back is killing me from carrying around too much […]
Share Your Travel Photos In A Different Way Welcome to episode 24 of The Photo Flunky Show about different ways to share your travel photos. Now that we have a couple dozen episodes, I’m starting to get the hang of podcasting. When I listen to this after 200 shows, I’ll probably think I was naïve. We’re […]