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Ultimate Travel Photography Tips

Ultimate Travel Photography Tips

Watch photographer Ray Demski demonstrate some essential travel photography tips in Venice, Italy, that will help you capture some unique shots on your next trip!

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GEAR USED:
Climbing Sling
G-Technology hard-drive (G-Drive ev ATC: //bit.ly/1DSjkWP)
Nikon D800
Nikon 16-35 f/4
Nikon 24-70 f/ 2.8
Fujifilm Polaroid & Impossible Polaroid Film
GoPro Hero 3
Manfrotto Tripod

PHOTOGRAPHER: Ray Demski
Website: //www.raydemski.com
Facebook: //www.fb.com/raydemskiphotography
Instagram: //instagram.com/raydemski

CREDITS:
Producer: Ulrich Grill, zooom productions (//www.zooom.at)
Director: Matthew Rycroft
Cinematography & Editing: Andrea Anderes
Gondola driver: Danilo Costantini

MUSIC:
Audiojungle.net: //coo.ph/1QosJLD

MEDIA:
Download final images & screenshots for editorial use here: //dropbox.z3om.net/public/COOPH_Travel_Tips_Media.zip
All images © Ray Demski
Please send a link to info(@)cooph.com.

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  1. Alex Li Reply

    The polaroid one is a good idea! :D

  2. Antonis Giann Reply

    I cant find the "Statistics" on photoshop

  3. Shouki Fong Reply

    Wow I love the lighting and structure of your picture <3

  4. Hybrid Reply

    Really helpful! Thank you!

  5. Brian Mitts Reply

    The remove tourists tip is great! Will definitely use that one on my next travel adventure. Thanks.

  6. dataviva Reply

    Be awesome …I'm taking note now

  7. Erika Kjose Reply
  8. Kaito Kid Reply

    This is awesome! Just have watched your ninja street photography tips, now this?!
    Keep it up guys! ????

  9. Nichi Kira Reply

    thanks!

  10. Conner Byrd Reply

    I LOVE these but I'm baffled by the climbing sling. It seems to be a great hack and inexpensive but I'm confused on how you're actually attaching it to your camera. They seem too thick and in a completed circle (the ones I've found on Amazon.)
    Is there a method to this that I'm just missing out on?

  11. OX4SNYPA Reply

    Amazing tips! <3 would love to see much more!

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  13. MoTronics Productions Reply

    love <3

  14. 25Ezekiel17 Reply

    This video is awesome! I will be using all of these tips 🙂
    * shameless plug: come see my travel instagram! 😛
    @memoriesnotincluded

  15. Capt Eric “WeBeYachting” Bergeron Reply

    Nice video & thumbs up. Cheers from Sint Maarten

  16. villegas24 Reply

    Great tips! You guys are awesome. Please keep those videos coming.

  17. Sugoi San Reply

    seeing this video real inspires me to take awesome photographs early in the morning even thou i love sleeping in. Thanks guys

  18. Uttam Bhusal Reply

    You people are doing it right.Awesome Video.

  19. Omar Darwish Reply

    how to apply the climbing sling on the tripod???

  20. Harm Vissers Reply

    thanks for they inspiration, love your work, maby a weird question, but can you give review on a few of my pictures on instagram, by telling me what can be better? because I want to learn to be better, my username is harmvissers if you do it, thank you so much

    ceep up the good work, your awesome!

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