photography tagged posts

Travel photos and the Prisma app

Around the World With Prisma

One of the first apps we downloaded on our new iPod Touch is Prisma. This app that turns your photos into works of art and we have been doing exactly that with some of our own. Here are 24 of our favourites.Read More
Travel Photo Roulette 75 work or working

Travel Photo Roulette #75: Working

Somewhat astonishingly - especially for someone who has a regular feature entitled My Bad Travel Photo which highlights the usual travesties we manage to take - we were chosen as the winners of Travel Photo Roulette. We are now strutting about with our chests protruding prominently and proclaiming our genius with a lens to anyone who will listen.Read More
Taking Bad Travel Photos

My Bad Travel Photo: Trying (and Failing) to Use the Light of a Concert to Get a Great Shot

While entering what I think is an actual decent shot for the current Travel Photo Roulette I noticed the host had won the previous event with a photo similar to something I had tried myself. The difference is he succeeded and won a photography competition while my attempts are a pitiful failure.Read More
Taking Bad Travel Photos

My Bad Travel Photo: Getting in the Way of the Sunset Snapping Monk

The monk was taking pictures of the sunset and I was taking pictures of him. As the sun dipped and reflected off of the Mekong we both saw a wonderful photo opportunity but I wanted something more than nature’s daily final curtain.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #6

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #5

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Crowds at Petra, Jordan

Getting Good Shots at Petra

Though Petra is a sizeable site most of the classic sights stretch along a well-trodden nexus after emerging from the narrow cleft of the Siq at the Treasury. The Treasury in particular is a difficult place to fire off a photo without someone’s head in the way but it is possible to maintain the illusion, and even at times enjoy the reality, of having the iconic building to yourself. Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #1

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Pacsafe

Win a $150 Pacsafe Product

Have your photo taken with a Pacsafe product in the Serengeti, walking the Great Wall of China or bungy jumping off the Auckland Sky Tower and win $150.Read More