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.
Thailand is a fascinating place, and for those who have never had the pleasure to travel there before, here are the five best things to see in Chiang Mai.
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.
Zoom lenses seem to have it all. They are thought of as being the “good for everything” lenses. But is that really true? Can one lens do it all? In this post, we are going to discuss the pros and cons of Zoom Lenses…
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…
BHUTAN – MONKS AND MONASTERIES By Ian Robert Knight Bhutan measures it’s own worth by how happy it’s citizens are. In a way, many countries do that, but not to the same extent that Bhutan does. For Bhutan, it’s an official policy. While most countries have a ‘success’ measurement of GDP, Bhutan measures GNH,…