Travel Photography Blog
A review of the Samyang AF 75mm f/1.8 FE lens. This tiny but versatile lens is ideal for portrait, street, and travel photography.
A review of the Samyang AF 24mm f/2.8 FE lens. This tiny but premium quality lens is ideal for travel and landscape photography.
A review of the URTH ND8-128 Variable Filter. This filter reduces between 3-stops and 7-stops of light.
A review of the AI Augmented Sky tool in Skylum Luminar 4. An essential tool for those that want to be creative with their images in just one click.
A review of the Samyang AF 45mm f/1.8 FE lens. This tiny but versatile lens is ideal for travel, street and general photography.
A review of the Peak Design Travel Tripod. We’ve used countless tripods over the years. Is this the best tripod ever produced for travel photographers?
As travel photographers, things can happen quickly and sometimes our focus or settings may be slightly inaccurate. Topaz Sharpen AI gives us the power to improve our images as a result of subject movement or poor focusing.
A quick look at the new AI Augmented Sky feature in Luminar 4. Designed for those that want to be more creative with their sky/background replacements.
A review of the Peak Design Travel Tripod. This professional travel tripod is ideal for anyone that wants a high quality, light, and well-designed tripod.
There is a multitude of prepaid IC cards when travelling in Japan. We compare all the cards available to help you find out which is best for your visit.
This is a ‘Location and Photography Guide’ to Tokyo, Japan. The post gives first-time visitors a starting point for places to visit and photograph.
Our top 5 favourite features we use (and love) in Luminar 4. This software makes sky replacements a breeze compared to other applications.
A review of the Endurax Professional Camera Tripod Model ETR-66. This budget travel tripod is ideal for the beginner who uses a tripod on the odd occasion.
This is a Part 2 of our ‘Location & Photography Guide’ to Tokyo, Japan. The post gives returning visitors to Japan additional places to visit and photograph.
A review of the Samyang AF 35mm f/2.8 FE lens. This tiny but versatile lens that is ideal for travel and street photography.
A review of the Lenskirt. A flexible lens hood which is perfect for cutting reflections when shooting through windows with internal lighting.
A review of the URTH 100mm square ND Filter. Available in 3, 4, 5, 6, & 10 stop densities.
The Samyang 12mm Fisheye lens is for photographers that want an expansive 180-degree scene. Perfect for travel, architecture, and cityscapes.
The Peak Design Lens Kit is a product designed for the photographer who wants quick and easy access to lenses without the need to open their camera bag.
Photography & Travel Guides to Japan. Providing photography information, tips and techniques together with location and travel advice to to help plan your visit to Japan.