Join award-winning Australian photographer, Andrea Francolini, on a series of travel photography tours.
We all love to travel and with today’s technology even if we are using an iphone or a tablet we want to come home with better pictures to show our friends, post on social media and maybe even hang a print on our wall. Taking pictures is more common than it was 15 years ago. The internet is flooded with images everyone posts and therefore we are exposed to a lot of pictures and often we wonder how a certain shot was taken. With this blog I will give out some simple tips which can improve your photography. Little lessons which you can easily try before you leave for your next adventure or even your next sunrise shoot before you go to work. I will show you some before and after techniques keeping things very simple so you can understand them and try them. During photo tours which I am organize the goal is the same. We will travel to places, see new things and improve your skills while shooting. You will be amazed how minor adjustments can change your image without making it look fake or using Photoshop or Lightroom too heavily. Then with time and practice you will develop your own style and hopefully your signature pictures. You don’t need to travel far – even though it can be more fun – but remember that often great pictures can be found in our every day life, the city you live in or even in your own street. The important thing is learning to see what surrounds you while the light changes.
Upcoming travel photography tours
Join award winning Australian photographer, Andrea Francolini, for a once-in-a-lifetime travel photography tour of Namibia.
Join award winning Australian photographer, Andrea Francolini, for a once-in-a-lifetime inaugural travel photography tour of Pakistan.
All inclusive – except return flights to Pakistan, visa and personal expenses.
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