Travel photography lets us capture and share unique cultures and customs practised far from home. But throw in a few thousand people, fast-moving action, road-blocks, flying tomatoes, powder, water and confetti, and suddenly getting that perfect shot gets a whole lot more challenging.
In this video masterclass, professional travel photographer and Canon Master Richard I'Anson shares his tips on how to take the best photos amidst a sea of celebrating people.
The importance of research and where to get insider information.
What gear to take and how to keep it protected.
Simple tips and techniques to get the best shots at a festival.
Some of the best festivals start once the sun sets. Learn how to use available light and flash to capture movement.
How to assess your 1000+ images and turn them into a great piece of storytelling.
Traveling to take photographs is very different to taking photographs while traveling. Professional travel photography is about commitment to the image. Nothing gets higher priority than being in the right place, at the right time, all of the time.
We sit down with Travel Photography Scholarship mentor and Canon Master Richard I'Anson to discuss his career, the state of the industry and how he first started out.
Taking good photos isn’t just about pressing the shutter button. The work you do in post-production can be a real game-changer.