Watch BAFTA Award winning filmmaker Sophie Darlington run through the basics of what you need to film wildlife in their natural habitat.
A video guide to getting started and improving your photography craft.
Watch experienced director Brian Rapsey sit down and give his best filmmaking tips.
From tripod use to polarizing filters, learn more than just the basics to mastering long exposure photography.
From pitching to promotion, Nicola Bailey, Photo Editor at Adventure.com, explains what travel photographers can do to form strong working relationships with photo editors.
Wondering how to find and construct your own story through images? Learn how from seasoned professional Mark Edward Harris.
Canon Master and professional photographer Richard I'Anson shares his top tips for how to capture a winning photo story and take out the prize for the Travel Photography Scholarship.
It’s never been easier to take world-class photos on your phone. But where to start? Here’s our beginner’s guide to taking photos on your device.
Award-winning documentary maker (and World Nomads Film Scholarship mentor), Brian Rapsey explains how the right hardware and software ensure a smooth editing process.
From the three-act structure, to finding the story in the edit, award-winning travel filmmaker, Jennifer Peedom reveals her narrative secrets.
The Art of The Plan: Filmmaker Jennifer Peedom on Getting Organized When it Comes to Documentaries.
Experienced travel documentary maker Brian Rapsey reveals how understanding communication can help your filmmaking practice.
The renowned writer Julian Hoffman reveals how to write about place and the most important skills an aspiring travel writer can learn.
In our interview with Travel Film Scholarship mentor Jenny Nichols, we ask how she chooses projects, what documentary she wishes she made and why conservation is so important to her.