Taking good photos isn’t just about pressing the shutter button. The work you do in post-production can be a real game-changer.
When traveling, food is a huge part of the adventure. When telling stories about travel, food photography is a great way to share.
Former World Nomads scholarship winner Andres Brenner shares his tips on whether to use your smart phone or camera to capture your travel memories.
Drone technology has rapidly changed in the last few years, as have the rules around where you can fly.
Multi-award-winning photographer Dan Avila shares how he shot and edited five standout travel photos.
An unexpected turn of events may call for a travel photographer to become a photojournalist, advises seasoned photographer Nicola Bailey.
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.