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A photograph that inspires me, I'm thinking about Cambodia today. 

On a recant trip to Barcelona I spent some time watching people as the photographed various subjects. Almost 100% of the time people where shooting wide angle photographs. This is great as you will capture an image, but i would say try and make these wide angle images 20% of your photography collection, not 90%. 


Change your perspective and zoom in on details. No place is more rich in details as the urban landscape. By chancing your perspective you will discover a whole new world of equally, if not more, interesting details to photograph. Read more

Over the past few months I have been progressively taking less and less photographs, this was quite a worry. I hadn't lost my interest in photography, quite the opposite, i just found myself forgetting or even choosing not to take my camera with me. I came to the conclusion that the reason for this was almost certainly down to one thing, convenience or equipment.


The Rise of the camera phone.

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With hundreds of lenses to choose from, getting it right needs some consideration. Lenses are expensive, if want to purchase a new lens it really is important to think carefully about what will suite your needs.

There are a number of factors you will need to consider,

-The nature of your trip
-The length of your trip
-Your style of photography
-Your favourite lens

The quality of your lens is so important. I think much more important than the quality of camera body. I recommend that you buy the best lens you can afford. An upgrade in lens will greatly improve your photographs much more than an upgrade in camera body.

When buying a lens the main features that you will need to consider for travel photography will be;Read more





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