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5 Minutes with David Lawrence Lim

Film maker turned photographer David Lawrence Lim leads our Hokkaido photography tour and is known not only for his stunning photos, but patient and educational guiding style. With over 16 years’ experience in both photography and filmmaking, Unusual Expedition (and our clients!) is truly fortunate to have his keen eye and unparalleled creativity on our...
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5 Events and Festivals in 2018 For Your Travel Bucket List

We travel for many reasons, and for us, we especially love experiencing the various celebrations of different cultures. Allowing us an insight that mere sightseeing will never afford, here are 5 exciting events happening next year around the world that you should definitely start saving for. Holi Festival 2018 One of the most anticipated celebrations...
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Christmas Gift Ideas For Your Photographer Friends

We all have one friend or family member who is into photography. Whether they are hobbyists or professionals, they’ll never say ‘no’ a new gadget to add to their arsenal! Check out these 5 cool gift ideas for that photographer in your life. Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner Know someone who shoots film? Gift them this...
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5 Best Hosting Sites For Your Photography Portfolio

In our last article, we covered some tips on breaking it into the photography industry. One tip discussed how crucial it is to have a portfolio that reflects who you are as a photographer, but the question is, where do you begin with so many portfolio hosting sites out there?  Check out our favourite 5...
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A Guide To Getting Into Professional Photography

So you’ve made the decision, bought the gear and maybe even quit your comfortable, well-paying job in hopes of cutting it as a professional photographer – congratulations! The road ahead will not be easy, considering the advent of smartphone photography and the already incredibly saturated market, but not impossible. Here are some tips to get...
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Best Lightweight Cameras for Traveling

As travelers, we seek out different things during our trip. For some, it’s all about the exotics local foods where for others, it might be landscapes that are utterly unlike those seen at home. For many, it’s the opportunity to capture stories through the lens, so as to bring home tales to share with family...
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Workouts For Photographers

As a photographer, you might not think that working out is important in your line of work, but did you know that most professionals are at risk of slipped discs, muscle spasms, rotator cuff syndrome, tendinitis and even carpal tunnel? Photography is actually very physical, when you consider you spend plenty of time lugging around...
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You Have To Visit These 5 Unique Photography Destinations

Whether you’re a professional travel photographer in search of unchartered photographed territory, or a budding photographer looking to include spectacular snaps in your portfolio, check out these totally unique destinations for a once in a lifetime experience. Patagonia Surreal, wind-swept and rugged, Patagonia boasts an incredibly diverse countryside ranging from vivid green alpine meadows littered...
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Travel-friendly basic photography gear guide

Memories last a lifetime, but memories captured on film last for eternity. Whenever we travel, we seek to preserve some of the sights we experience– of mother nature’s boundless glory and customs and traditions completely foreign – through photography, whether it’s through the eyes of a professional, DLSR-wielding photographer or a backpacker with just an...
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The ultimate guide to composition

You’ve likely heard of the Rule of Thirds, and while that is one of the key factors in achieving pleasing composition in a photo, it isn’t the only one. Take your photography to the next level with these helpful tips to improve your composition. Center dominant eye In portraiture, try positioning your subject’s dominant eye...
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Landscape Photography Tips

From sun-kissed mountain ranges to magnificent seascapes, here are our tips on capturing the best landscape photographs. Invest in a wide-angle lens Landscape photography is a genre where you can use a wide range of lenses, from wide-angle to telephoto. Ultimately, the location and subject will always determine your focal length and technique, but having...
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How to capture the Northern Lights

As winter approaches, many of you might be planning a trip far up north to witness the magical spectacle that is the northern lights. These shimmering, dancing waves of light are surreal, and certainly a sight worth capturing! If you’re also planning on bringing your camera, check out these tips for the best shot at...
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Key accessories for winter photography

Now that you’ve mastered the art of winter photography, make the experience of shooting in freezing temperatures a pleasant one by equipping your photography kit with these essential accessories. Tripod leg warmers If you’ve ever been stuck to a metal pole during winter, you’ll know that the last thing you want is to have your...
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Learn how to shoot snow

Winter is a beautiful time of year where the grounds are dusted in pristine snow, evoking imagery of winter wonderlands. Winter photography can be exceedingly ethereal, but tricky to perfect, given lighting, exposure and reflections situations. Learn how the pros do it in time for your next winter getaway. Compensate for exposure Whether you’re trying...
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