This is a question I’ve been asking myself a lot recently. Do I really need specialist camera insurance for my travels? Yes, yes I do, and you probably do too.
Travel Photography Tips
These are all of our travel photography tips at A Brit and a Broad.
In Brian we’ve got an award-winning director of photography, but in Brianna and Macca we’ve got a couple who know their way around professional shoots too. What we’re trying to say is when it comes to photography and travel photography tips, we know what we’re talk about.
We absolutely love travel photography – knowing you can capture a moment in time, a moment that will be gone as soon as you take the photo, is what makes travel photography so attractive to us. Also, we want you to take amazing travel photos too! That’s why Brian gives his best photography advice on finding artistic style and what it means to travel, while Macca explains how you should frame everything. We hope you find it useful!
It doesn’t matter whether you’ve got a camera phone, a compact camera, or an advanced DSLR, you’ve got to use it and it’s you’ve got to frame everything.
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.
This year we’ve been travelling around a fair bit blogging from each country we’ve been to, so here’s our writing & blogging process while on the road for you.
Don’t use a flash, do shoot from the heart. Part two of my interview with director of photography, Brian Ceci, looks into technicalities & finding your artistic style.
Brian Ceci and I talk about the urge to travel, and what it was about photography and videography that took a hold of him and hasn’t let go since.