*This post will be updated as I cross off my accomplishments and add new items. This is my one and only, real-life bucket list, which includes more than just travel goals. I hope it shares a lot about me, as well as inspires you in your own life!
Welcome to the fifth installment of my Guide to Travel Photography series. We’ve talked over a lot of basics and important things to learn and to keep in mind when going out there and shooting, but now it’s time to come inside and to put some work in on your images. Post production/editing photography is a massive subject that could easily have over 100,000 articles on its own, so bare with me as I’m only focusing on some of the more common subjects, along with a few of the more popular questions that I’m often asked on my blog.
As I wrote in my last update, I had setup a WorkAway opportunity, so I could offer up my thoughts on the service from my own experience. My hosts picked me up at the Killarney bus station and we setup off in their car to their house located in the seaside town of Schull (pronounced skull). The drive took about two hours, because we stopped for photographs at a couple of beautiful areas, like the Gougenebarra and Bantry. My WorkAway setup was a bit different than most of the opportunities typically available on their website – most of the time, you’re more likely to find opportunities to help with livestock and farming. Luckily for me, the couple was looking for photos to decorate their newly built house – and so, the work was right in my wheelhouse, of course.
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