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Travel Photography: Tips and Techniques

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  1. B and H Reply

    VIDEO: Whether your interests are a casual record of your family trip, or a
    serious visual exploration of a place far from home, this presentation will
    provide practical tips and visual stimulation so that you come home with
    pictures you can be proud of. https://bhpho.to/1ildDRf via B&H Explora 

  2. Forever Diamonds Reply

    Very beautiful and well informative video! I am so happy to have found this
    video as I am going to pursue photography at the end of this month. This
    video opened my mind up to some really great things that I have never given
    much thought to before. Thank you so much! 

  3. Lawrence Whitehead Reply

    This is the best travel photography video I have seen great advice to
    improve your photos Well Done

  4. Petr Stuchlý Reply

    I was on a trip in Giant Mountains, Czech Republic, near the end of one
    hike, there were those giant steep stairs made of chunks of rock, each step
    was over a foot tall, and when the group I was with made it down, I turned
    around and wanted to take a shot of the stairs, but without a person for
    scale, they just looked mediocre, like normal stairs, it was impossible to
    tell how big they were from a photo. I didn’t want to wait for strangers to
    come and I didn’t want to make anyone from my friends to go up the stairs
    again just for that one photo, so I missed that shot.
    Just got remimded of it while watching the video. great and sensible
    advice, some of which I have already figured out the hard way, but I really
    appreciate videos like this! Very helpful and informative!

  5. Gary Chow Reply

    Excellent tips delivered in a down to earth and humourous manner. Thanks!

  6. yieldforpeace Reply

    One of the best presentations I’ve seen with a really great slideshow!!
    Thank you for all the useful information!!! 

  7. Billy Newman Reply

    The grind was the hardest part for me to get used to. Backpacking with
    photo gear all day was creative and exhausting.

  8. mahadragon Reply

    Looking at the world through a screen might be like looking at the world
    through a straw if that straw could be expanded by pinching and zooming but
    I’m not aware of such a straw. 

  9. BubblesPothowari Reply

    Simple facts, fantastic sharing empathy, no frivolous complexity thrown in
    to make it look complicated. Thank you. 

  10. Michael Fang Reply

    VIDEO: Whether your interests are a casual record of your family trip, or a
    serious visual exploration of a place far from home, this presentation will
    provide practical tips and visual stimulation so that you come home with
    pictures you can be proud of. https://bhpho.to/1ildDRf via B&H Explora 

  11. Karen Alvarado Reply

    Really good video 😀 it gave me tons of ideas 

  12. Anakin Yang Reply

    Why do all your photos look green ?

  13. Ivo Lacle Reply

    Very nice presentation, and the photographs are lovely. I love the warming
    effects on them. great work!

  14. heyacuraman Reply

    Fantastic pictures. Great tips provided with clarity and humor… 6:10 am
    or pm?

  15. Zenel Garcia Reply

    Great presenter and useful information. Thank you BH for continuing to post
    these informative seminars.

  16. liwyatan Reply

    Great video! But, not even close at how “Casa Batlló” is pronounced.
    And let’s hope, that by the next time that you visit Barcelona, you could
    add another country to your list. ;)

  17. vnitto Reply

    I think you mean whether… a wether is a castrated sheep. Just sayin’

  18. Marcial Quintero Reply

    Travel Photography: Tips and Techniques: https://youtu.be/J-wH1vDTJbs

  19. SaZooCaballero Reply

    didn’t like it

  20. Audrey7648 Reply

    Please, be aware that the East side of the river by St. Louis is a
    dangerous place. Very rough and dangerous.

  21. Dave Gray Reply

    Nice, straight forward talk. Nice work! :-)

  22. Victor Reply

    Great tips! Most of the shots need WB correction.

  23. Saif AlAbdali Reply

    Thank you B&H and Lester.

  24. Steven Scholten Reply

    Great video and what a nice guy!

  25. Jon Clayton Reply

    A very enjoyable presentation, thanks.

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