Photography

Tips for Night Photography

Night photography, simply put, refers to taking photos at night: the photos you take anytime between dusk and dawn. It is a type of photography which I found myself gradually drawn to. It poses a real challenge to travel photog...


The “When” of Photography: Knowing Which Photos to Take During What Hour of the Day

Photography is not just about choosing what to take photos of or figuring out how to take them. It also has to do with when to take the photos. I like to think of this as the “when” of photography. It is particularl...



Photo Essay: Île de Gorée, Senegal

Just 3km off the coast of Dakar, the capital of Senegal, lies the pretty little island of Gorée. Boats regularly come and go ferrying passengers who flock here every day, many simply to escape the hustle and bustle of the city...


Tips on Long-exposure Travel Photography (Part 2)

To recap, long-exposure photography is a type of photography which involves setting the shutter speed very low, thereby sharply capturing stationary elements and blurring moving elements within the frame. We started with four t...



Tips on Long-exposure Travel Photography (Part 1)

Long-exposure photography is a type of photography which involves setting the shutter speed very low, thereby sharply capturing stationary elements and blurring moving elements within the frame. This is a type of photography, w...


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Photo Essay: Getting Lost in the Souks of Marrakech

A photo essay that captures the colors, smell and sounds of Marrakech, Morocco



Three Camera Accessories for Travel Photography

Let’s face it. Average travelers who are interested in travel photography do not have the budget to afford fancy, high-end cameras most professional photographers trot the globe with. Though you do not really need a fancy...


Photography Tips for Beginners: Three Easy Steps to Get Out of the Auto Mode

Using a digital camera for snapping purpose is usually easy enough – just point and shoot. But what if you want to go a step further and start playing with various features on your camera? Here are three quick steps. Step...