photography

Reviewing Zoner Photo Studio X

Travel is all about capturing memories and adventure. Whether you use your smart phone or a digital camera, you count on your camera to adequately seize the moments you want to remember. However, sometimes a person adds an unnecessary flash, takes a crooked shot, or simply takes a bad picture. This is where Zoner Photo Studio X can help you create the best possible photo for your captured image…

Ogunquit, Maine – Beauty by the Sea

The following is a guest post from this week’s contributor, Nick Sullivan, who shares with us his amazing time-lapse video and narrative of his time in Ogunquit, Maine.   “Ogunquit” is said to mean “Beautiful Place by the Sea,” and few would disagree. If you love a rocky-coast shoreline — or are more of a sandy-beach person — Ogunquit, Maine, as well as the Perkins Cove area, has you covered…

The Beauty of Southeastern Utah

The following is a guest post from this week’s contributor, Nick Sullivan of Reuters. Nick shares his amazing time-lapse video of southeastern Utah with us below.   For first-time visitors to the desert Southwest, the Moab region in southeastern Utah is a truly breathtaking sight. Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, as well as Dead Horse State Park are all within a 30-mile radius from Moab and each offers surprisingly varied geological wonders and almost otherworldly vistas. For those who have seen the area, we know it can take multiple visits to take it all in…

Telling Travel Stories Through Narrative Photography

This is a guest post from Max Therry,  an architecture student who is fond of photography and wants to become a professional photographer. He is also working on his own photography blog about photo editing, modern photo trends, and inspiration. Feel free to reach him by email here. Photography is an excellent medium to tell a story without using words and is a great choice to tell the story of your travels on vacation. You may be wondering exactly how to go about it, though – what do you concentrate on and what do you ignore? This article on narrative photography…