When we travel out of North America, we don’t always take our Internet freedoms with us. Using a VPN when you travel will help make things feel like home.
It is difficult to write an article about cameras that satisfies all those that read it. Why? Because as photographers we often develop an attachment to a particular brand and take negative comments and criticism about the equipment we use personally.
ICELAND+CUBA (14 DAYS OF DISCOVERY): Can you imagine experiencing and photographing these two polar opposite countries, back to back in 14 days time? BTW, we’ve conveniently included an overnight stay on the island of Manhattan while traveling between Iceland and Cuba. So technically that’s three islands in 14 days.
We are honored to have been chosen as one of Feedspot’s “Top 100 Travel Photography Blogs and Websites” for 2017. And to be ranked as high as #12 (even ahead of Readit Travel Photo Blog) makes it all that much more sweet.
At first glance, you’re probably thinking “another blog on LR tips?”
Yes, but this one is actually the start of a sequence of informative posts to come.
Of course, we always welcome feedback from you on whether you are utilizing presets or not. Additionally, we’ll try to briefly explain how and why they occur.
FUJIFILM X-T2 FIRMWARE UPDATE v2.00 By Michael Chinnici Since September 2010, Fujifilm has rocked the digital camera world with its X-Series Mirrorless Camera System. They have built an impressive collection of highly advanced interchangeable and fixed lens compact cameras including the X-Pro2, X-T2, X-100F and X-T20. In addition to their amazing lineup of cameras and lenses, Fujifilm…
LIGHTROOM CC: UPLOADING IMAGES By Michael Chinnici We are often asked the question “what’s the best way to upload images from my camera to Lightroom CC”? Although there are several ways to accomplish this, here is the method that I find to be the best. Follow these step-by-step instructions • Insert your memory card from…
CAMBODIA – FLOATING AND STILTED VILLAGES by Ian Robert Knight For most Cambodians, life is based around water. Even though much of the country is a landlocked jungle, it also contains the largest fresh water lake in the SE Asia – Tonlé Sap Lake. This lake is fed by the mighty Mekong River, and…