Posts Tagged ‘travel photography’

Bangkok Temple

My Top 3 Favorite Photographers

I am often asked who my “favorite” photographer is. This is a rather difficult question for me, as I admittedly do not know much about photography (or art) history, as they didn’t teach me that stuff in engineering college, and I haven’t read up on stuff like that in my copious amount of free time [...]

Iquitos, Peru - Amazon River

What’s in the bag (and in the luggage)?

So, you’re heading off on a big “photography” trip.  I know the feeling — I’ll be on my way to Venice to lead a Vagabond Vistas Photo Tour at 2:10pm this afternoon!  In preparation for this journey, I put together a comprehensive list off all of the gear that I need to bring, or would [...]

Travel Photography - People

Travel Photography – Part 2 of 4: PEOPLE

In Part 1 of this Travel Photography blog series, we had a look at some of the “generic” issues related to the wonderful world of travel photography.  These were things that essentially apply to any facet of photography, as they form the foundation for all that follows.  

Barcelona - Gaudi Architecture (travel photography)

Travel Photography – Part 1 of 4: GENERAL

Are you planning a vacation for some time in 2013?  Will you be bringing your fancy digital camera along, with hopes of coming home with a few (hundred) photos that are sure to launch your career with National Geographic?

River Arts District Holiday Celebration

RAD Studio / Gallery Annual Holiday Celebration (2012)

Another year has passed, and it’s time for the Annual RAD Studio / Gallery Holiday Celebration! In addition to the holiday festivities, at 8PM resident photographer David Simchock will conduct a “how to” gallery talk titled:

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