• Photography,  Travel

    10 amazing travel photography ideas for your next trip

    If you are an avid traveler, you know that one of the best ways to capture lasting memories of your trips is through photography. Whether you’re a professional photographer or just someone with an eye for a good shot, there is always something new to try when it comes to travel photography. In this blog post, I’ll share 10 amazing travel photography ideas that are sure to make your next trip even more memorable. From capturing the local culture to experimenting with sunset shots, you’ll be sure to get some amazing photos! 1. Road trip vibes Let’s start off with travel photography ideas for road trip lovers. Just a simple photo…

  • Photography

    What’s in My Camera Bag?

    I bought my first DSLR camera 6 years ago and have since upgraded the camera twice, and have gradually purchased more travel photography equipment. Don’t feel like you have to purchase a lot of items when you’re just starting out. Just upgrade when you need to. It’s fine if you start out with more basic camera equipment. My first DSLR camera was a Nikon D90 and I absolutely loved it. You can still create amazing content with a cheaper camera, and upgrade when you feel like you need to – e.g., if you want to improve the quality of your photos. Same with lenses – the kit lens initially was completely sufficient…

  • A sunrise in Malta by the sea

    How to take great photos of yourself

    Ever wondered how some creators can always have new photos available of them in different places? Have they got a personal photographer going with them everywhere? It is possible they just take photos of themselves. Let me teach you how to take great photos of yourself! At this point about 80% of photos I post of myself on Instagram I’ve taken myself. My trips to Malta and Israel were both solo trips, so I took all my travel selfies there myself. Go have a look to see more photos that I’ve taken of myself. It is not always easy to convince other people to get up at 5am to get out in…