Photography Tips

Getting the Shot: Burj Al-Arab

The iconic Burj al-Arab hotel can be seen for miles, but it can be difficult to photograph without obstruction. The areas surrounding the hotel are owned by high-end hotels who reserve their beach access guests only. Here’s an insider’s tip for accessing one of the best views of the sail-shaped hotel.

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Getting the Shot: Big Ben

The clock tower at Westminster, colloquially known as Big Ben, is one of the most iconic symbols of London. Here’s how to get an epic shot of one of the world’s most famous landmark.

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The Best Tripod for Travel Photography

A solid tripod is invaluable for travel photography and can be the difference between moving from snapshots to more professional results. The challenge for travelers is finding a tripod that meets two important criteria: weight – and especially size – and budget. Our handy tripod guide should get you started in the right direction.

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Take Good Travel Photos In Bad Weather

There are few things worse than checking the forecast before heading out on a trip only to realize that the weather is going to be lousy the entire time. Instead of all those beautiful, sunny pictures you had been dreaming of capturing, you have to readjust your...

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