Software & Reviews
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.
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 GOBE 100mm square ND Filter. Available in 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 13 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.
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.
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.
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.
Back in December 2014 we made the decision to move from Nikon to the Sony mirrorless camera system and bought the Sony A7r. This camera is 36mp of sheer delight. We purchased it with the FE 24-70 F4 Zeiss lens which has been an absolute dream to work with.
The majority of people that purchase a new camera will use the supplied camera strap or buy a cheap neck strap that may look and feel more comfortable. I mean… how important is a camera strap anyway!! Most people would say it wasn’t important at all ….well they’re wrong.
We have used Lowepro bags for years, in fact, Paul has used a Lowepro Mini Trekker for close to 20 years or so and it was a fantastic bag however it was time for a change.
Now there’s probably been a lot of blog posts on how to set up a Copyright Preset in Adobe Lightroom so there may be nothing new here.
People always ask us why we use these when most cameras now have great tools for keeping the camera level. We have been using them for many years attached to our hot-shoe and although initially, we used them only when the camera was mounted on a tripod we have found them to be very useful in other situations. There are many different models and can be found on eBay, Amazon or at your local camera shop.
First Impressions: GOBE Filters + Discount Code. GOBE produces a range of quality UV, CPL (Circular Polariser), ND filters and Filter Kits
Review - Tamron SP AF90mm F/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 & Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Macro 1:1 Di VC USD As Professional Travel Photographers we have never really needed to shoot Macro images. However, since starting our Meetup group we have met many photography enthusiasts that...
Review – WD My Passport Wireless We’ve been using passport hard drives during our travels since converting to digital from film in 2005. We always carry at least 2 passport drives and keep a copy of all images taken on each of them.