How My Life As A Travel Writer Plays Out

How My Life As A Travel Writer Plays Out

It’s a question I get often, “What’s a typical day like for you as a travel writer?” And it’s a question that really doesn’t have an answer. While most jobs have a routine, travel writing doesn’t. Sure there are days when I’m not traveling when I’ll spend hours at my...
Want To Become A Travel Writer? Celebrate Every Step…

Want To Become A Travel Writer? Celebrate Every Step…

For most of my life, I’ve felt like I’m either climbing up a mountain… or heading down the other side, wondering what my next climb will be. There’s something very special about this. And I can’t tell which part I like more—the climb up, or the relaxing, reflecting...
The Number One Rule Of Selling Photographs To Magazines

The Number One Rule Of Selling Photographs To Magazines

Sometimes we get so caught up with making the perfect picture—tack-sharp focus, vibrant color, fantastic moment—that we forget the cardinal rule of selling photographs to magazines. Let me share a secret I’ve learned from more than 30 years of selling photographs to...
How To Get Better Photos By Using A Tripod

How To Get Better Photos By Using A Tripod

Have you made friends with your tripod? If not, here are a few reasons why you should… ● Creative possibilities. A tripod opens up opportunities to play with longer exposures. For example, I wouldn’t have been able to take either of these blurred water shots...
3 Tips For Creating Starbursts On A Twilight Photo Shoot

3 Tips For Creating Starbursts On A Twilight Photo Shoot

Twilight, when the skies are cobalt blue, is one of my favorite times to photograph. Images taken at twilight acquire a richness of color not present during the day, and the surrounding darkness can often hide ugly elements like garbage cans or power lines. To add an...
3 Keys To Better Street Photography

3 Keys To Better Street Photography

When I first started photography, I was inspired by the street shots of masters like Cartier-Bresson and W. Eugene Smith. I wanted to tell stories of places and capture fleeting moments. But like many beginners, I stuck to shooting easy subjects: Nature, landscapes,...

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