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29 travel features tagged “Photography”

Wildlife photography tips

Even with perfect timing and the right lens, getting the perfect wildlife shot requires a lot of patience and luck. Be as prepared as possible with these tips.
24 November 2011

Indoor photography tips

Taking high-quality indoor pictures requires great flexibility, as you need to quickly switch between different techniques depending on the amount of available light.
24 November 2011

Urban photography tips

Cities and towns are rich in subject matter and offer round-the-clock photo opportunities. These tips will help you get the best shots in one day, no matter where you are in the world.
23 November 2011

Eight portrait photography tips

Capturing close-ups of people is a challenging and sometimes daunting proposition, but if done successfully it will add a great deal of depth and interest to your travel pictures.
22 November 2011

Five top tips for budding photographers

From shooting at the right time of day to using the right camera, these tips will help get the best images out of your next trip.
21 November 2011

iPhone photo apps to download now

With hundreds of apps that let you snap, crop and apply filters, it is not surprising that iPhone cameras are taking the place of traditional point-and-shoots.
21 November 2011

Beyond the Headlines

Geo-tagging photos gets cheap and easy

New point-and-shoot cameras remember where you have been, even when you do not. We decipher which option is the best for your needs.
Read more… 14 July 2011

The Passport blog

Tech test drive: iPhone lenses

We took four lenses – a wide angle, macro, fisheye and telephoto – from Photojojo for a test drive on a dreary, rainy day in New York.
Read more… 22 April 2011

Six common photography mistakes (and how to avoid them)

These photo faux pas can leave you with an ordinary image – instead of the masterpiece it should have been.
Read more… 09 February 2011

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