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Posted 06/25/21
National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson shares his five tips for destination and travel photography. How can you take better travel photos? What do you need to keep in mind when you’re out on location? If you want to be a travel photographer, you’ll need to know how to photograph a variety of subjects, from landscape to portrait. What are your own travel photography tips? Share them with us in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 08/05/19
Returning for its fifth consecutive year, OPTIC 2019 was the best OPTIC yet! With our planet's environment changing at a rapid rate, the discussion was more poignant than ever. The four-day imaging event explored the inspiration, techniques, and equipment essential to capturing the great outdoors-with an emphasis on conservation. Elia Locardi is an internationally acclaimed professional travel photographer, writer, experienced public speaker, and highly skilled educator who spends his life shooting some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Featured by Professional Photographer Magazine, CNet, Wacom, SmugMug Films, Adobe, FUJIFILM, and Fstoppers, Locardi has visited more than 65 countries, flown nearly 2 million miles, and collaborated with major companies, brands, countries, NGOs, and tourism agencies on nearly every continent since becoming a full-time photographer in 2009.
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Posted 08/05/19
At B&H’s OPTIC 2019, photographer Colby Brown presented tips on how to tell a story through your photographs. As a landscape, travel and wildlife photographer, Brown has traveled the world looking for unique stories to tell though his work. He says the difference between a snapshot and a photograph is that a photograph has something to say. Learn how to say something with your photos by watching Brown's presentation. BIO: Colby Brown is a photographer, photo educator, author and Sony Artisan based in Eastern Pennsylvania. Specializing in landscape, travel, and humanitarian photography, his portfolio spans the four corners of the globe. Throughout his work, he combines a love of the natural world with a fascination with the world’s diverse cultures. Each of his photographs tells a story of life on this planet. In 2011, he founded The Giving Lens, which helps fight for child education, clean drinking water projects, species preservation, women’s rights, and much more.
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Posted 06/15/17
In celebration of the 2016 National Nark Centennial, National Geographic photographer Jonathan Irish went on assignment for Fujifilm and National Geographic Traveler to explore, discover, and photograph all 59 of the U.S. National Parks in one year. With more than 45,000 miles driven, an emergency bush-plane landing in Alaska, two flat tires, and countless other crazy experiences, it was a rewarding and difficult assignment. Yet, it was also filled with some of the most beautiful scenery, incredible hiking, and amazing camping spots under the stars. This is a fun and inspiring talk about dreaming big, successfully pitching a year-long story, and going on an epic adventure discovering our nation's greatest treasures: our National Parks.
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Posted 07/09/15
In this travel-related video, produced during the 2015 B&H Optic Imaging Conference, photographer Art Wolfe talks about what it takes to become a successful travel photographer. He discusses art education, the connection between painting and photography, developing and pursuing personal interests, the logistics of travel photography, and techniques for creating dynamic travel photographs.
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