As with cooking, you need the right ingredients to make food photos look exceptional. Photos that pop and grab a viewer’s attention. The good news is that you don’t need to be a Michelin chef to cook a portion of tasty food. Same goes for photos.
ALL OVER THE PLACE
Bucket lists. Many travelers have them. I have one. Ren has one (sort of). And together, we have a couples bucket list filled with experiences we want to scratch off as a married couple.
If you’re looking to cook something new for yourself or your family, or you’re a couple interested in taking a fun cooking class together while you shelter in place, then airKitchen and Cookly have an online cooking class for you.
Ever since I got my Mavic Pro, I’ve been wanting to take those long exposure shots of waterfalls. Thanks to my ND filters, I was able to do just that. My aerial photography has improved by leaps and bounds because of these filters, so much so that I don’t bother taking it off my drone anymore.
Travel photography is great, you get to have fun exploring new places finding great images and creating a record of the things you’ve seen to take home and show your friends and family. It also encourages you to look at your surroundings in a different way and really take everything in.
In most situations, even if you need a steady shot (for a long exposure night shot, or for a selfie with your family etc), you’ll usually be able to find a level place to put your camera to achieve the same thing. Lugging a tripod around on holiday, even if it is a lightweight travel tripod, isn’t my idea of fun! Having said that, for those of you who just have to have a tripod in your backpack, these are my picks of the 5 best travel tripods available in 2017.
Ever wonder how people take those half over, half underwater shots? This is how they do it – with the GoPro Dome.