I don’t actually do New Year’s resolutions. Ever. But this time, I had to. As 2018 was coming to an end, I took some time to recollect precious memories by combing through close to a terabyte of RAW files on my hard disk. In a way, looking through photos taken on my travels is an extension of the feelings experienced while capturing them. What a great way of finishing the year. Except that the process has also filled me with a generous amount of regret. Quite mixed feelings there.
Itchy feet? Long bucket list, but short on budget? Looking for inspiration? Wondering where to go next? Wonder no more. Here are five tips for finding inspiration and your next destination.
Instagram has become the number one platform for achieving a stronger online presence. Whether you promote a brand, a product, your blog, or your cat having massive following on Instagram will bring you more engagement than other social media channels. It’s no wonder that we all want to up our instagame. As it turns out, travel photography is very popular and women are more successful instagrammers. If this is true, how can I be such a terrible instafail?
Women are awful at landscape photography. Capturing, editing, and showcasing astounding landscape photos, making YouTube tutorials about shooting and post-processing is a man’s craft. Or is it?