I honestly think that there isn’t one camera that is best for travel. Every camera has its pros and cons, and each is made to be used in different situations. Here’s all my current knowledge of travel photography camera gear!
Whenever I show visitors around my new home city, I start pointing out all the best photo spots in NYC. Here are all my favourite locations for New York City photos!
How do we ensure that our smartphone photos look the best they possibly can? Here’s a few tips on how to take awesome photos using your smartphone!
The impact that buying a DSLR had on my photography skills was significant. Here are 8 things I’ve learned about photography since buying a DSLR.
There’s more to travel photography than snapping what’s around you. I’m going to share with you my travel photography tips for taking amazing travel photos!
This was my first time ever photographing an aurora, so I did some research as to the best way to go about it. Here’s what I learnt in a step by step guide on how to take photos of the night sky.
You could splash out thousands of dollars on a state-of-the-art camera that can operate in outer space and tie your shoes for you, but your photos will still come out looking mediocre if you have a cheap shitty lens. A good lens will turn your photos into something you’ve drooled over in National Geographic.
Sick of your photos looking as though they might have been taken by a 5 year old? You can make overexposed, washed out, and blurry photos a thing of the past by upgrading to a DSLR!
A good photo isn’t just the result of a good camera and a professional photographer. You might be interested to know that the post-processing stage is a huge part of transforming your photos from something good into something amazing!