Software & Reviews
Review – NiSi Close-Up Lens Kit
A review of the NiSi Close-up Lens Kit. A compact alternative to a macro lens for the occasional macro photographer.
Samyang AF 75mm F1.8 FE – Tiny but Absolute
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.
Samyang AF 24mm F2.8 FE – Tiny but Wide
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.
Review – URTH ND8-128 Variable Filter + Discount Code
A review of the URTH ND8-128 Variable Filter. This filter reduces between 3-stops and 7-stops of light.
Luminar 4 – How to use AI Augmented Sky Tool
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.
Samyang AF 45mm F1.8 FE – Tiny but Premium
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.
Peak Design Travel Tripod – Is this the best travel tripod?
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?
Review – Topaz Sharpen AI
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.
Skylum Luminar 4 – AI Augmented Sky
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.
Review – Peak Design Travel Tripod
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.
Luminar 4 – Top 5 features we use
Our top 5 favourite features we use (and love) in Luminar 4. This software makes sky replacements a breeze compared to other applications.
Review – Endurax Professional Camera Tripod ETR66
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.
Samyang AF 35mm F2.8 FE – Tiny but Mighty
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.
Review – LENSKIRT – Is this the best lens hood for eliminating reflections?
A review of the Lenskirt. A flexible lens hood which is perfect for cutting reflections when shooting through windows with internal lighting.
Review – URTH 100mm Square ND Filter + Discount Code
A review of the URTH 100mm square ND Filter. Available in 3, 4, 5, 6, & 10 stop densities.
Samyang 12mm F2.8 ED AS NCS Fisheye lens
The Samyang 12mm Fisheye lens is for photographers that want an expansive 180-degree scene. Perfect for travel, architecture, and cityscapes.
Review: Peak Design Lens Kit
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.
Review – Peak Design Everyday Sling Bag 10L – V2
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.
Samyang AF 18mm F2.8 FE – Tiny but Super Wide
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.
Review – Joby UltraFit Sling Strap
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.
HDR – Is it an essential tool in 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...
Review – Topaz DeNoise AI
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.