Have you ever wanted to send someone a postcard but wished your photo could be what’s on the card? Well, here’s how to turn your amazing travel photos into postcards you can send.
Photo Essay: A Lens in Little India, Singapore by Vincent Ng, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Lunch Break at Uni Texas, Austin by Cyndi Louden, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Seeing Cebu by Einstein Lavina, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Missoula on My Mind by Cynthia Swidler, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Getting the Car to Go by Schalk Ras, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
Photo Essay: Exploring Koh Sark Island, Thailand by Ker Geok Lan, Imagine That Photography Tribe Member
The challenge in travel photography is to get a sense of place. Learn some techniques for storytelling shots that will transform the way you see the place where you live, in this ambitious module from Imagine That!
Rain is the enemy of a photographer, right? Wrong. Rain can be your friend and make your photos pop. Find out how.
A visual problem solver arranges whatever existing conditions she finds on location into harmonious images. Here are 10 practical ways to develop your visual problem solving and make your images pop.
In which I learn that this little dSLR can do a pretty big job. If you’re looking for a camera that’s lightweight and allows you to do loads of stuff, this is it.
So you want to be a travel photographer…what’s in it for you?
So you want to be a travel photographer? Do you have what it takes? Part 1: The Challenges
What if you can’t use a tripod?
Surviving a typhoon, featured on Alltop, and a birthday roundup.