The Adventure Photography Handbook
What People Are Saying
This advice will really hit home with anyone who has felt that internal struggle regarding photographing strangers in a far-away land. I traveled to Seville, Spain once, and spent most of the time avoiding contact with strangers, capturing still-life photos of inanimate objects - Matthew Seville - SLR Lounge
Good stuff, looking forward to attending one of your photo tours later this year @victormorris (via Twitter)
Really useful info, I love your images so downloaded the book to see how you shot them. Some great tips on location lighting that will save me a fortune - Lisa S (blog comment)
I’m often disappointed with my holiday snaps when returning home from a trip, especially portraits of people, some great pointers on how to improve them by first putting your camera down and engaging people, thanks - Liam Edmunds (via email)
- The Adventure Photography Handbook has been written to elevate your travel photography to a whole new level.
- Imagine returning home from your travels with images you would be proud to hang on your wall, instead of just languishing on a memory card.
- Learn tips and secrets that can quickly take your travel photography from dull to inspired.
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