From the locals asking for selfies in the capital of Jakarta to the smiling faces of those in Bandung, this was my heartwarming welcome to Indonesia.
Travel photos from A Brit and a Broad
Photos and photography are a big part of what we do at A Brit and a Broad. Brian, our director of photography, has been a professional photographer for the past six years, and both Brianna and Macca have worked on professional shoots too. What this means is we’re really able to showcase a destination, to make you feel like you’re there.
Photography is all about capture a moment in time, a moment that will never be there again. With that in mind, some of our favourite shoots from around the world are 16 photos that’ll make you want to visit Copenhagen, a look at the best street art in Valparaiso, and of course Brian’s photos too.
Not only do we want to inspire you to travel to new and exciting places, we want you to be inspired to take photos too. We love giving photography tips as much as we can. That’s why we’ve written a few articles on finding artistic style, where the light leads us and why you should frame everything.
Louisiana, the museum of modern art in Copenhagen, is an unbelievably good museum, but is it the best modern art museum in the world?
Copenhagen is a city that’s got everything – cafes, canals, castles and colour everywhere – so here are 16 photos that’ll make you want to visit!
Street art. Wherever you look in Valparaiso you see street art, so here are 16 photos of the city that’ll make you wish you were a street artist.
Here are some photos of Traverse15, one of the UK’s largest blogging conferences, and my views on why the blogging industry is still thriving.
Plovdiv is Europe’s oldest city and it is perfect for walking around with a camera in hand. Hopefully I have captured some of its beauty in this photo essay.
I absolutely love photography, and these are just a few of my favourite photos from a few of my favourite countries. I have no doubt a lot more is to come.
While I have spent a lot of time performing in my life, I was always drawn to taking a look at the bigger picture, and I love creating all types of visual composition.
Photography is such an unnatural medium to humans. No one looks at a single moment and freezes it in time; we all view things in real time as they move about.