Charukesi Ramadurai shows how it's not only the story being told that's important but the interesting details that make it stand out.
The golden rule with wildlife photography is to observe and photograph but to minimize disturbance to the wildlife. Graeme Green gives his expert advice on how to photograph wildlife without causing harm and suffering.
Graeme Green shares his tips on photographing wildlife, from using light and getting down on an animal’s level to learning to predict the future.
Details. Quotes. Pacing. These are the key elements to any well written travel story. NY Times contributor Tim Neville unpacks how to build an enthralling narrative for any brief.
Norie Quintos, editor-at-large at Nat Geo Travel and one of our 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship judges gives us a glimpse at what she looks for when editing a piece.
Pro-photographer Marta Kulesza unravels the challenges and common mistakes made when trying to photograph nature’s most fascinating display.
Whether you've been running a business for years or just starting out, travel photographer Mark Edward Harris shares his tips to help grow your business.
How does one break into the travel photography industry? Our Travel Photography Scholarship Judge, Annapurna Mellor shares highlights of her journey to becoming a full-time travel photographer and her life on the road.
Social Media, the Internet and the next generation of Travel Photography. Learn how to share your photography with the world from a pro travel photographer.
Ever returned from a trip and forgotten key parts of the experience? Some exercise tips to follow while traveling.
Even for seasoned travel writers, inspiration doesn't always magically strike. Annapurna Mellor shares the methods she uses to find her spark.