Thumbtacks on a map used to mark the places we’d been, but with Houdah Geo, now your own photos can point to your memories with impeccable precision.
In this episode Juan and Andy share their experience in traveling as well as their top travel tips and lessons learned.
In this episode, Juan and Andy interview Gary Arndt, who in March 2007 sold his house and has been traveling around the world ever since. Since he started traveling he has visited all 7 continents, over 175 countries and territories around the world, all 50 states and every US territory, every Canadian province, every Australian state and territory, over 125 US National Park Service sites and over 300 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
On this episode we’ll share our thoughts on photographing destination weddings including advice on pricing, packing, shooting, and getting home with the images safely intact.
Peyton Hale is known for his landscape photography, but his work with the Giving Lens over the last few years has turned him into a travel photographer.
Following his usual knack for making beautiful photos of unusual things, our friend Don Komarechka takes us to Bulgaria to shoot some amazing Soviet-era buildings that look like they are from another world.
Chris Smith is the founder of the Out Of Chicago photo blog and now the Out of Chicago Photography Conference. He share's his experience and tips for photographing the Windy City.
Photographer Bill Hertha shares his tips for traveling and shooting in Toronto Canada.
Darlene Hildebrandt loves to help people make better photographs. This week she talks about travel and how she helps the communities she photographs.
Professional wedding photographer William Innes shares tips and insight for better travel and better travel photography.
Photographer Rick Sammon loves to help photographers make better images. This week he shares tips for better composition and better traveling.