“The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."
24 Jan, 2019

Landscape Photography – Tips to Capture Great Landscape Shots

Increase Depth of Field  If you have been active in traveling, you may have had the many opportunities of capturing many beautiful landscapes in the places you travel. The landscape may look beautiful from your own eyes but it may not look as beautiful on the shots that you have captured. If so, you will […]

18 Jan, 2019

Tips on How to Avoid Jet Lag

Avoiding jet lag when you’re flying coast-to-coast or around the world is definitely possible if you know how to do it. A survey by Conde Naste said that 93% of travelers get jet lag and even 96% of flight attendants get it as well. Jet lag is no fun as it can affect your ability […]

8 Jan, 2019


The gem of the Peak District? Within the Peak district of England, you will find the wonderful village of Castleton. Nestled on the west end of the Hope valley the village has an incredibly gorgeous and relaxing stream known as the Peakshole flowing through it. Castleton is uniquely positioned with three hills surrounding it, the […]

30 Nov, 2018

The best photography locations in New York

According to the Official NYC Guide, no two experiences are the same in the city that never sleeps. New York City welcomes people who refuse to settle for sameness.  These powerful words cause the visitor to have great expectations before visiting NYC. Double the expectations if that visitor is a photographer. The search for stunning photo locations when choosing […]

5 Sep, 2018

What Are the Main Tourist Attractions in London?

Vibrant, noisy, and truly multicultural, London is the capital of England and largest city in Western Europe with a population of a little over 14 million. Regarded as one of two of the leading “global cities” in the world, London remains an international capital of music, culture, education, politics, finance, fashion and trade. The Tower […]