Watch as experienced director Brian Rapsey shares his pro filmmaking tips.
A video guide to improving your travel photography and mastering the art of shooting festivals.
Learn how to turn your passion for travel and writing into a profession. Learn how to take the first spark of an idea through to a published piece.
Pitch your idea to an editor and lock in a travel writing commission with a little help from our expert, New York Times writer Tim Neville.
New to travel writing? NY Times writer Tim Neville reveals how to make a name for yourself as a freelancer and get published where it counts.
The best travel articles involve more than just great writing. New York Times writer Tim Neville says the steps freelancers take before they sit down to write make all the difference.
Want to make more money out of freelance travel writing? New York Times contributor Tim Neville shares his expert income-boosting 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.
Originality – not tired clichés – will make your travel stories sing. These clangers drive editors crazy.
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.