Travel photography is like a time machine, freezing memories from a journey that you can look back on and enjoy for years. Plus it can help others find new inspiration. Every travel destination has its own look, culture, history, people, feelings, landscapes, and stories.
When traveling, you’re likely to encounter all sorts of situations and subjects. This requires being a bit of a jack-of-all-trades—you need to be able to photograph portraits, landscapes, and everything in between.
Get lost. Wander down alleys. Sit in cafés and watch life pass by. Look around the bends, over the rises. Get away from the crowd.
Serendipity plays an enormously important role in travel photography. You never know what you are going to run into, and you have to be ready. Many times you will see what could be a good photograph but decide that the light is not right, or there are no people around, or too many—something that means you will have to come back later. But sometimes you get lucky. You happen to stumble upon a scene at just the right moment.
At the moment, most of the photos here were taken to complement the real estate photography made for previous clients or employers.
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