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Instagram is a visual playground and an endless source of inspiration for artists, designers, business owners, DIY junkies, and all creative minds alike. Photographers have particularly taken to this platform as a tool to showcase their work, and we’re glad they have. Whether you want to look at the built environment from a fresh perspective, book a photographer for a wedding or special event, or see the world from the palm of your hand, these Instagram photographers have what you’re looking …

How would you like to significantly increase the dramatic impact of your photography? If there is one photographic technique that can put your images on steroids, it’s shooting tight. By shooting tight, I’m referring to zooming in on your subject so that you remove distracting elements and instead highlight its most salient feature(s). Take the elephant image below as an example. I shot it on one of the photo trips I led. In and of itself the photo is ‘okay.’ …

  There are some shots one never forgets. For me, this shot is one of them. I was traveling through Canada’s Dempster Highway, a narrow, gravel ribbon of road that stretches from Dawson City, Yukon Territory to Inuvik, Northwest Territories and then extends into Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean. On this September day, it had been overcast almost all day, by the late afternoon storm clouds had started to roll in. The sub-arctic mountains act as wind tunnels when storms begin to approach. In …

One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made as a photographer is being too hesitant. I enjoy taking landscape photos while traveling, but I’d often brace myself for the reality that my photos may not be comparable to those that I’ve seen online from other professional photographers. Either that, or they may be too similar and I wouldn’t be able to find a unique angle. This was exactly the case when I visited Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. Horseshoe Bend is …

Peru Whatever takes your fancy, be it landscapes, wildlife, or people, Peru is a real haven for photographers. With ancient tribes scattered throughout the country; the weathered faces, silky black hair, and traditional colorfully clad dress make for mesmerizing portraiture. Touting the iconic Machu Picchu adorned with emerald green terraces, Peru is full of amazing sights in all shapes and sizes. Next week we’re off to China : ) If you have travel photos of your own bring them to us, …