Travel Photography

Travel Photography that Creates Lasting Impressions, with Remember Forever Photography

99% of people with cameras approach travel and landscape photography the same way. 99% of photographs you see of any given subject or landscape are all but identical. Even the ones that are different are the same.  Remember Forever’s Luke Ballard takes you on a journey,  showing you how to make outstanding travel photos of the places you visit.

Practical Travel Photography

Travel photography is about capturing a moment, a place or culture, and your digital SLR is the perfect tool for doing this.

Hands-On Review: Manfrotto Befree Aluminum Travel Tripod

The Manfrotto Befree is a 3.0-lb tripod/ball head combo with four leg sections and a rapid column that rises to a combined height of 56.69”, folds down to 15.75”, and can support still or video cameras weighing up to 8.8 lb. The Befree is an easy choice for anyone who seeks light weight and a small form factor.

Real Exposures: Bob Krist

Bob Krist, a master of travel photography, has been shooting video since Nikon first introduced the technology into the D90 many years ago. Along the way, he's learned a lot about how a still photographer can take his or her skills and apply them to this exciting medium.

Great Voyages: Travel Photography in the World's Wild Places

Many of us dream of going to faraway exotic locations as part of a photographic expedition, but for those of us who are unable to do so, or who want to know what this might entail, this seventy-five minute presentation by Ralph Lee Hopkins is the next best thing.

Don't Be Intimidated by Off-camera Flash

Carnival in Venice is one of the great festivals in the world to photograph. The artistry of the costumes, the outrageous colors, the mystique of the masks, and the medieval setting make this a very special event.




A Travel Photojournalist Tackles Transylvania

I travel the world on assignment for National Geographic Traveler. Although I often have a translator who can also be my photo assistant, I still prefer to travel and shoot with as little equipment as possible; it keeps my mind focused on the subject, not which gadget or lens to pull out of my bag. I use everything I carry with me, except a few back-up items, which I leave in the hotel.

Underwater Photography Journal: Tiger Sharks in the Philippines

How do you know if there’s a tiger shark swimming nearby if you can’t see it?

I was asking myself this very question on an underwater photography documentary expedition to the Western Philippines a few years ago. It didn’t take very long to start seeing the clues.

Down the River: Testing Your Limits in the Grand Canyon

A trip down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is one of life’s great adventures. The thrill of running world-class rapids, the awe-inspiring scenery around every bend and the surprises of hidden inner canyons all contribute to a life-changing experience. 

The Electric Sunshine Velocity Trip

Bryan Formhals will chronicle his journey with photography from the beginning, when he picked up a camera as a cure for writer’s block, to the present, in which he edits La Pura Vida. He will share a selection of his photographs as well as his ideas about social media and photography on the Internet.

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