When it comes to travel photography, my default mode is to pack in as many colours as possible in a photo. I’m a huge fan of vividly colourful photos and colours in general but there are times, when even the most colour photos just can not match up to the simplicity that comes with black … Continue Reading

Venice is a city that easy to fall in love with. In a surprise move (a surprise mostly to myself), I decided that this post on Venice would be best presented through some of my favourite photos exploring the city! Photos being worth a thousand words and all… I’m already doing way more talking than … Continue Reading

A photo diary from our New Year’s Eve celebrations plus a sneak peak into my new flat! Been meaning to put these up a few days ago but didn’t quite get round to it till now. Better late than never I say! I also promise to do a more detailed post on the new flat! … Continue Reading

I’ve had a few questions over the past few months about what camera I use to take my photos, what accessories I have and what else I pack with me, photography-wise, when travelling. I planned on answering these questions all in one go on a post but yesterday, I figure I might as well put … Continue Reading

It’s been a while since I’ve done a photo diary post. Granted – almost all blog posts with photos in it are a photo diary post of some sort but I haven’t done one like that solely focused on the photos. I love to talk (sometimes too much) so even though I should, there’s no … Continue Reading

On a fairly random evening, my friends and I decided (now that I think about it) rather spontaneously to book a trip to Ibiza. In fact, I think we booked the trip first and then started to rationalise why we wanted to go away after. “Oh it’s so and so’s birthday so we could use … Continue Reading

Night time photos can be some of the best photos you can take yet conversely one of the hardest photos to take! They either turn out fantastic or in really awful quality and there’s usually very little in between. Even the slightest movement when taking the photos can make such a difference to the photo … Continue Reading

Whether you actively set out to see wildlife (as you might in a safari or a trip to the zoo) or you happen to come across them totally randomly as you explore your current travel destination, it’s safe to say that taking photos of animals in their natural (or simulated) habitat can prove rather tricky. … Continue Reading

  Travel photography can sometimes be a tricky one. Unlike other forms of photography (e.g. food photography which happens in a controlled evnviroment, after all it’s not like this pie’s running away) there are too many variables which can end up with you getting either an amazing (one-off) photo or a really crappy photo (like … Continue Reading