Capturing the beauty and the memories of a moment is what I’ve thrived on for well over a decade, and so in this line of business, you have to be ready for anything. When you see something and take the best photo to share that memory with others, where you nail the light, the angle, the mood and the story, then there’s little else that feels that damn good.
There are some hobbies that become boring sooner or later but nature photography isn't one of them. You can never see a photographer who gets tired of photography nature. The reason is very simple: nature is beautiful, awesome, unique, and dynamic. You can never get enough. When you become a nature photographer, there is always a reason to pick up your camera and take some beautiful pictures that will blow people's mind.
Few places on Earth are as picturesque as French Polynesia. With breathtaking beaches, crystal blue waters, and stunning mountain vistas, Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It's no surprise that tens of thousands of people flock to this tiny Tahitian island each year for a little rest and relaxation. With so much natural beauty, it's easy to snap postcard-worthy pictures of your vacation. Check out these four photo opportunities you can't miss in Bora Bora.
So, there I was… (that’s how all good stories start out, right?) In a remote region of Ireland, hiking up a mountain with a massive rucksack weighing me down and a camera bag strapped over my shoulder. The wind was whipping at me in bursts of seventy and eighty miles per hour, nearly bowling me over. As I staggered with each step up the crooked, narrow steps, my mind went numb with the task at hand and for awhile I lost track of progress and simply inched forward. The day was cloudy and warm, and the fresh sea air from the Atlantic blew in a subtle chill that kept me cool enough to go on.
Most bags and gear for photographers are unisex, but the fine folks over at Aide De Camp specialize in marrying the perfect camera bag with the perfect purse. I don’t know about you, but when I first began shooting photography outdoors, I couldn’t find a suitable camera bag that fit all my needs. If I’m going to go from location to location and shoot senior photos or landscape shots, I’m not carrying my purse, AND my camera bag, because it’s simply too much weight, and typically I find myself struggling to manage both bags with the addition of a camera strapped around my neck.
As a travel photographer, one of the biggest difficulties as far as gear goes, is finding the perfect pack that can hold all of my gear. You might think the easy solution is picking a large enough pack, but when you’re a backpacker, or are on an expedition in the wilderness, weight and size, and security matter a great deal, because each and every piece of gear is almost always a quick mistake away from being destroyed. Modern camera gear has grown by leaps and bounds technologically, and the quality of imagery that comes out of the smallest DSLR or mirror-less camera is astounding, but where the modern designs have fallen short is their longevity.
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