Japan is one of the most interesting countries in Asia, for so many reasons. To get you started, here are 6 reasons to visit Japan. Join us on an adventure!
With so many lenses to choose from, how do you know how to choose the right lens when you’re preparing for a shoot? We break it down in this post on lenses.
China is quickly becoming known as a destination for luxury, art and food. The Opposite House in Beijing is a perfect example of all three of these things.
Using repetition in composition is a great exercise to practice when you’re photographing new scenes. Read about what to look for in this blog post.
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.
As a Westerner spending time in Asia, I am often drawn to the everyday sights around me. I don’t mean the temples and monuments or historical sites. I am drawn to the neighborhood streets and regular people who walk them.
When you first arrive in Beijing, the size of the city quickly becomes evident. Beijing is one of the largest cities in the world, and it just keeps growing at an unchecked pace. The city streets are much wider than you’d imagine…
WORLD PHOTO DAY – This past Saturday we celebrated WORLD PHOTO DAY by paying tribute to our amazing team of talented photographers from around the world. Our campaign ran throughout the day on Facebook and Instagram and was so successful that we decided to share the collection on Think Orange™. Please explore and enjoy, and feel free to share.
VIETNAM – A DAY IN THE LIFE (A focus on Hanoi). Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi has been in existence for more then 1000 years. It hasn’t always been the capital in this once-divided country, but it has always played an important role in the region. Modern Hanoi is a bustling cosmopolitan city with beautiful historic hotels, great French-inspired cuisine, and local designer shopping boutiques. Spending a day in Hanoi requires a curious mind, good walking shoes, a hearty appetite and plenty of space on your camera memory card. Walk with me, as we spend a day in Hanoi.
BHUTAN – GETTING TO THE TIGER’S NEST by Ian Robert Knight High on the mountainside, not far from the small village of Paro, Bhutan, sits the sacred ‘Tiger’s Nest” temple. This Himalayan Buddhist temple has become the cultural icon of Bhutan. Tiger’s Nest is the popular name for the temple more properly known as…