Woodland is not only Dartmoor or Celtic Rainforest. A couple of tips to help you find a nice woodland photography location near you, wherever you live!
Arizona’s amazing natural wonder - the Horseshoe Bend gets so much attention that we sometimes forget that there are multiple beautiful river loops all around the world. Sometimes right under…
Those who read my blog regularly or downloaded my free ebook about improving your photography will know that I do not particularly enjoy crowds. I’m also the solely and therefore the biggest supporter of my own theory called “decentralized tourism”. What it means is going not only to places that are notoriously known and infinitely repeated on social media but also get off the beaten path a bit, do some old-school research and explore new locations. (more…)
Let’s get this straight – walking around Valletta, Malta’s capital is pretty much like walking through a very big and very colorful open-air museum. The city was also chosen for the European Capital of Culture 2018 and I can totally understand why. So choosing only 3 best locations for photography is, let’s say, quite minimalist (and of course very subjective). But let’s give it a try!
Geroldsee (also known as Wagenbrüchsee) is for sure one of the most iconic landscape photography locations in southern Germany. In this post, I’ll explain how to get to this hidden idyllic gem of a lake and give some other good old piece of advice for visiting and photographing it. (more…)
How to get to the famous Eltz Castle, Germany, by train and by hiking from Moselkern. Also, some tips on how to photograph Eltz, when and from which spot!
I’m pretty sure you have seen it somewhere. The Solheimasandur abandoned plane DC-3 wreck (actually C-117) is easily one of the most famous and the most photographed Iceland’s tourist attractions. And thanks to Justin Bieber and his scandalousely vandalizing skateboard ride on the top of the wreck, it has got even more attention. (more…)
Yeah, you got me right. I mean, it’s not a real ‘Iceland photo tour’ because I’m talking here about a self-guided kind of thing. And when it comes to it, it’s not ‘free’ either. You’ll need to get to Iceland first, get a car, a warm place to stay… Right, that should do as a disclaimer. Difficult times, you can’t say a thing without a crazy person from the internet taking every your word literally. (more…)
Finally, the 2-week solo trip to Andalucia dream came true. My 15 kg rucksack felt very heavy on my untrained back but I myself felt light and optimistic anyway. The…