Nowadays, traveling around the world is easier and quite more enjoyable than ever, with the help from modern technology. Different apps and various gadgets help people familiarize themselves with places they’ve never been before and also get easily accustomed to different cultures, as well as languages.
If you’re already a seasoned user of your camera in auto mode and would like to move on to some of the different and more advanced modes, then this article aims to help you get to grips with them.
Whether your goal is to get more subscribers, more social media followers or to start earning an income from your blog, there are a number of important skills you need to learn to improve your travel blogging game.
Are you in the market for a new camera for travel photography? Find out about some of the most important factors you should consider in just two minutes, with these tips from David Bergman!
So, you’ve picked up your first camera, you’re planning your next trip and want to make sure you take some great photos while you’re there. It’s no time like the present to hone your photography skills, so with that in mind, here’s 15 of our favourite travel photography tips to make sure you get the most from your camera!
Whether you have just graduated from the college or you want to use your job experience in some foreign land, take some time out and get yourself familiar with the jobs that allow you to travel.
Most travellers enjoy the process of documenting their adventures. When you’re in a new city, you have the fresh perspective of the outsider. Your images are unique; they’re pure and candid. Each one deserves its place in the spotlight.
Having a review of the kit you take with you on your travels? Or need to replace an old gadget that’s seen better days? You’re in luck! Below, we round up our favourite gadgets for travel bloggers that are sure to help you do everything you need to do while on the road!
How much money would you need to save up to travel the world? If you’re Timotei Rad, all it takes is €70 ($80) to get started on a three year, round-the-world expedition across much of Europe, Asia, South America and the US.