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Romantic, idyllic, and shrouded in mystery, Romania is a wonderful destination for not just photography, but for exploring as well. The southeastern European country is known for the forested region of Transylvania, home to the popular clifftop Bran Castle that has long been associated with the Dracula legend. Romania also boasts wonderfully preserved medieval towns...
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Sharing borders with Kazakstan, Russia and Mongolia, Northern Xinjiang is uniquely beautiful thanks to its geographical location. The Kanas Nature Reserve in particular boasts magnificent ecosystems formed by lakes, rivers, glaciers, forests and even grasslands, giving the entire area incredibly rich natural beauty. The Kanas Lake, located right in the middle of the reserve gets...
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The life of a photographer is a tiring and back-breaking one –especially if you tend to shoot outdoors more often. Between battling the elements and lugging your heavy gear all over the place, you soon realise how much of a workout outdoor photography can get! While all that effort makes the pay offs just so...
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Sometimes called “beginner’s Africa”, Namibia is one of the safer and more travel-friendly countries in Africa. There, you’ll be able to experience stunning safari landscapes, witness majestic wildlife in their natural habitat and meet the tribes that live the way they’ve always been for hundreds of years. There are even plenty of beaches and coastlines...
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Inner Mongolia is an autonomous region of China and shares its border with Mongolia. During fall (when we like to visit), the foliage flushes in the typical autumnal hues of yellows, reds and browns, lending the already-stunning landscape a fiery appearance. From her breathtaking scenery to friendly locals, Inner Mongolia is a great place for...
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Shooting at night is practically an art form, the way you hear some photographers go on about it! From exposure settings to metering to ISO, it is true that night photography isn’t always the easiest – in fact, some photographers even shy away from it thinking that there isn’t much to capture, or that it’s too tricky....
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Dealing with people is hard enough, but when you add a camera into the mix, it gets even trickier! Most people either shy away from the camera, or freeze up completely the minute they see the lens – which as you can imagine, does not make for great photos. Yet, some of the best photos...
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As the saying goes, “when it rains, it pours”… right? When it comes to photography, this probably holds true for many of you. A slight drizzle can feel like a raging thunderstorm and a thunderstorm well… you probably won’t even consider heading out to shoot! While this is possible if you are shooting leisurely or...
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In the summer, especially if you’re shooting in Europe, the hours of daylight are much longer, which increases the chances of lens flare in your images. While strategically shot lens flares can add drama to your photos, on brighter days, they can also ruin photos. Here are our 5 tips on reducing or eliminating the...
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From Norway to Spain and Portugal to Ukraine, summer is arguably the best time to visit Europe. The weather is at its finest, the days are long, the wine is cheap and there are plenty of activities to engage in. However, it is also the most expensive and crowded time of the year to visit,...
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