Travel photography isn’t as simple as picking up a camera and setting off for the next destination. It takes time, practice, and a varied skill set to make it in one of the most competitive photographic genres.
From composition and light to planning and editing, professional travel photographer and Canon Master Richard I'Anson shares his tips on how to get started in the industry.
Want to make it in the industry? Put the job first.
Know your subjects, surrounds, settings, and gear.
Simple techniques to get the most from a shoot and improve quickly.
From focus to positioning, compose the elements of each image.
The importance of light and contrast in taking great photos.
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.
Getting a striking portrait can depend on a lot of variables. Here experienced professional Richard I'Anson shares his valuable advice.