5 Dos and 2 Don’ts for Travel Photography

5 Dos and 2 Don’ts for Travel Photography

“Where was that taken? It’s gorgeous!” is something I love to hear, strive to hear. When your photo gets a response like that you know you’ve hit the mark as a photographer. My photos are a constant joy for me and have sold with articles, been the main subject in...

Photography Tips for Non-Photographers

Photography Tips for Non-Photographers

As a travel writer, I’m often asked to provide photos with my stories. While I’ve got a decent eye for framing and a pretty good phone camera, I still find the idea of submitting photos fairly intimidating. Reason being? I started my career in a magazine environment...

Photographing Without a Tripod

Photographing Without a Tripod

Photographers often have a love-hate relationship with their tripods. On the one hand, a tripod will give you the sharpest images possible and let you play with creative techniques such as long exposure photography. On the other hand, they can be a bit cumbersome and...

How One Photo Can Land Big Benefits

How One Photo Can Land Big Benefits

From time to time I take a picture that I think is pretty amazing and that others will possibly love as well. So it will get me thinking about photography contests. It is also one thing I love about stock photography—seeing my pictures out there in use associated with...

3 Tips for Better Food Photos

3 Tips for Better Food Photos

Mouthwatering food photos entice readers into your food or travel story. But capturing the best quality while using only a smartphone camera in the notoriously low-light conditions of most restaurants can challenge even the most skilled photographers. Follow these...

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