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Panoramic Travel Images – Travel Tips

Panoramic Travel Images – Travel Tips

Panoramic Travel Images :  Looking to set your holiday photography apart from your friends?  One fantastic way to change up your photo game and add a new element to your photography is to shoot panoramic images.  Like anything else, shooting panoramic images can be as easy or as complex as you want to make it.  The professionals invest in specialized equipment such as panoramic tripod heads to deal with parallax issues.  We don’t worry about that on holidays, particularly if…

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Destination Photography Workshops

Destination Photography Workshops

Destination Photography Workshops  :  When I travel with my family, I always consider scheduling a photography workshop at our holiday destination.  Usually, I try to schedule a full day workshop so that I have all day to myself, while my wife and daughter get a solid mommy daughter bonding day. Really, I am only doing this for them, taking one for the team. Right?  There are lots of other great reasons you need to book a destination photography workshop on…

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DisneyLand Photography – A Holiday Guide

DisneyLand Photography – A Holiday Guide

DisneyLand Photography – A Holiday Guide When someone says Disneyland you might think about Mickey Mouse (or maybe Elsa), Cinderella’s Castle, princes dresses and exciting rides.  It also happens to be an outstanding place to take photographs.   In fact, there are very few places where you can take children and your camera equipment and have so much fun with both.

The Holiday Photographer’s Kit

The Holiday Photographer’s Kit

  Hello everyone!  My name is Jeff Whyte and I am a holiday (travel) photographer from Calgary, Alberta.  I consider myself a holiday photographer because when I travel I travel with my family.  I’m on vacation and not assignment.  And since I am on vacation (with my wife and daughter), the amount of space in the luggage that is allocated to me is less than, well, less than generous. How’s that?  It’s the way of the world, I’m not complaining….

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