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

We’ve all been there – you get your flashy new DSLR camera after using your old (or perhaps even new) digital camera or even your iPhone/Android phone for ages and ages and suddenly, you’re stuck with this beautiful, functional and, quite frankly, expensive DSLR camera that you have no idea how to use or what quite of the … Continue Reading

Photography is an art form in itself I believe and so it doesn’t, nor should it, comply to rules. Some people say things like always take photos with your back against the sun (so that your subject is properly illuminated) but I have seen very powerful and moving photos where the opposite of that advice has … Continue Reading

The Northern Lights probably need no introduction. The images of them are so iconic and they are a natural wonder that are even more amazing to see in real life. Seeing them in person is an experience I cherish so much and would recommend to anyone anywhere to try to do! The day I saw … Continue Reading