Get to know photographer and group leader Laurie Cohen, in this new Q&A. This is the first in a new series of photographer interviews for Think Orange.
Few places in the world can match Venice, when it comes to romance, scenery, and culture. To help you out, here is what I’d consider the Venice essentials.
Photographers always want to see the world from differently. With a drone, you can begin an exciting journey of visual storytelling from the skies above.
It’s clear that New Orleans has a unique style all its own. And it’s the unique culture of New Orleans that makes it stand out from other cities in the USA.
As I travel around China and southeast Asia, I am continually drawn to night markets. With that in mind, read on for my night market photography tips.
It’s the end of the year and at Photo Workshop Adventures, we try to go through all our images to pick our favorites. Here are our favorite photos for 2018.
Post Processing can scare some people. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Let Think Orange show you some before and after edits to prove it’s not scary.
For most landscape photographers, visiting Arizona is a bucket list item. There’s just something about Arizona that photographers love, including us at Photo Workshop Adventures.
Tuscany is famous for quite a number of things. How can you plan what to see? Here is our suggestions for the best places to go – Tuscany for Photographers.
For portraits, street photography, documentary and environmental portrait photographers, Israel has it all. See the faces of Israel captured by Laurie Cohen.