Do you love to take pictures when traveling but your smartphone doesn’t feel good enough for the job?
Your old compact camera is not delivering the quality you demand on your travel pictures?
Maybe you’ve had an entry-level DSLR for a while now and it’s time for an upgrade?
It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie or you’ve got some experience on travel photography, either way there’s always something you can do to improve your equipment so that you feel you can get the most of your trips and photos.
I’ve put together a quick guidefor beginners with The Best Travel Photography Gear you can get if you want to start getting serious about it.
Ready to take your photography to the next level?
Do you love to travel and take pictures of everything while you do it?
And I’m not talking selfies in famous landmarks…
I mean the kind of pictures that take you back to that place when you see them, those images that explain stories and when you show them to other people, they feel the same sensations you experienced when you were there.
Would you be happy doing that for a living?
Then, you may want to consider applying for Travel Photography jobs and discover the ton of different options you have to get paid to travel abroad.
Let’s check them out right now! 😉
If you have studied in a catholic school, you go to church with your family or you have a curious mind, you must be aware of the 7 deadly sins.
Or maybe you just learnt them from that cool 90’s Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman movie (Seven).
Anyway, you know what I’m talking about here: pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth. But don’t worry, I’m not trying to preach anything here.
The idea is just to adapt these vices to the photography field, so that you can control your deepest desires, not letting them get in the way of your passion and you can be a better photographer and stay motivated.
Do you want to know how to avoid The 7 Deadly Sins Of The Photographer?
Let’s jump right into this then 😉
Did you know you can actually sell your own pictures on the Internet?
And, before you ask it… No, you don’t need to be a professional photographer to be able to make money with your photos.
You don’t even need to buy a digital camera. You have a smartphone, right? (rethorical question, I know, who doesn’t?).
Do you love to take pictures of your daily life, your trips, your parties with your family and friends…?
Then, I’m going to show you how to sell photos online, to make money out of your passion.
You’ll be amazed of the many ways in which you can make profit from your pics online, so that you can create a secondary income stream which could eventually become a stable full-time business.