Travel Photography Blog
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.
This is our review of the Peak Design Everyday Sling 10L – V2 camera bag. Such an awesome camera bag for the street and travel photographer.
A review of the Samyang AF 18mm f/2.8 FE lens. This tiny but super wide lens is a welcome replacement to our previous much-loved Nikon 20mm f2.8D lens.
A review of the Joby UltraFit Sling Camera Strap. Ideal for any photographer who wants to avoid the unnecessary neck strain caused by normal camera straps.
Free eBook - 10 tips when Photographing Water Check out another one of our FREE eBook titled "Travel Photography - 10 Tips for Photographing Water". In the book, we have shared some simple tips based on our combined experience of 5o years in the Travel Photography...
HDR - Is it an essential tool in Travel Photography? Have you ever wanted to capture that perfect scene when travelling only to find your skies are washed out or your foreground is in dark shadows?. Many people we meet simply want to take natural-looking images that...
As Travel Photographers we are constantly shooting in all sorts of lighting conditions and quite often we have no alternative but to increase our ISO to get a shot especially when it is impossible to use a tripod.
A review of the GOBE ND2-400 Variable Filter. This filter reduces between 1-stop and 8.66-stops of light.
This is a ‘Location & Photography Guide’ to Osaka, Japan. The post gives first-time visitors a starting point for places to visit and photograph.
This is a ‘Location & Photography Guide’ to Hiroshima, Japan. The post gives first-time visitors a starting point for places to visit and photograph.
This is a ‘Location & Photography Guide’ to Miyajima, Japan. The post gives first-time visitors a starting point for places to visit and photograph.
A Travel Photographer’s nemesis is the weather. Days with washed-out skies or even cloudless days can make images boring and bland. In high dynamic scenes where there are extremely bright sky highlights and dark foregrounds, it is impossible to get a well-balanced image without bracketing shots and combining them in software.