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Travel Photography

Professional travel photography is very competitive, but the good thing is that it’s for everyone. We share some great tips and gear for creating your own.

Formatt-Hitech Firecrest ND Filters for Long-Exposure Photos

These filters are made from durable 2mm thick Schott Superwhite glass that is treated with a rare earth metal coating process (it is applied directly to the glass through an electrolyte process). Unlike the tradition resin dye, Firecrest glass filters are hyper-neutral across the visible light and UV spectrums, and also remove more IR contamination than any other filter, allowing you to capture high-quality long exposure photos.

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Voetspore’s Aerial View of India with the DJI Mavic Pro

Having recently returned from their three-month journey through India, we’re excited to see some of Voetspore’s aerial footage for their upcoming series. Shot using the DJI Mavic Pro, they’re impressed with its compact size and easy setup, perfect for when you’re always on-the-go. #voetsporeinindie

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Reasons to Love Joby

Using Joby is an overall fun experience. It allows you to do things differently and be creatively free. It is the ultimate, compact travel tripod. Whether you’re a pro in need of a tough tripod alternative, traveller or vlogger, there's a Joby product you’ll love.

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Wouda Interviews International Photographer Krystle Wright

She’s probably one of the ballsiest photographers I’ve ever interviewed. When starting out as sports photographer she was said to never amount to much, boy were they wrong! Krystle Wright is an award-winning photographer with adventure in her blood. Dedicated to [...]

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Take better travel photographs – Part IV

Text and photos by Villiers Steyn This is Part IV of a series of blog posts in which I share with you some of my most valuable travel photography tips. Follow these links to the previous posts: Part I Part II Part III [...]

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