It’s been about 5 years since we were first introduced to Departures, and we’ve been hooked on it ever since. We actually have a bit of a love/hate relationship with ...
This past weekend we were at Seattle’s Central Library attending National Geographic’s Mastering Travel Photography seminar. After 6 hours of listening to two of Nat Geo’s best travel photographers (Ralph Lee Hopkins and Bob Krist), we came back with a wealth of information. Here’s a list of the top 5 things we learned or confirmed […]
For the last while now, I’ve been playing with the idea of submitting some of my photos for stock photography. I always thought I’d be selling my soul and nearly giving away my work for near nothing, so I’ve avoided it for some time. However, the prospect of making some extra money from photos that […]
Ok readers, here’s an easy way for you to get a FREE copy of Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography, and for us to gain a little more exposure. The contest is simple…if we get 150 Facebook “likes” by April 1, 2013, we’ll be shipping this bad boy away to one lucky follower. So, what […]
T-10 days and we’ll be jetsetting once again. This time to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. We’ll never admit it once we land, but we’re first timers to Cabo, and this is just our second trip to Mexico! We know, we know….we’re kind of a couple of Southeast Asia snobs. Anyway, we’re looking for your help to guide […]
Myanmar recently released their tourism statistics for 2012 (Read CNNTravel), and with the lifting of sanctions and steps taken toward forming a democracy, the country has begun to see a surge in tourism with over 1 million visitors this past year. Compared to Thailand’s 22 million visitors in the same year, 1 million people flocking […]