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10 Instagrammers That Will Make You Want To Go To Australia

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Whether you're heading to Australia soon and still need some travel inspiration, or you're just keen on curating a perfectly sunny Instagram feed that will make you feel like you're on holiday whenever you have a look at your phone, checking for #australia is always a good idea. I think we've established that Instagram is our go-to vacation inspiration tool [...]

6 more tips to take better photos (with your smartphone)

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Last week I told you about the photography lessons I learned while attending a workshop with documentary photographer Paul Ripke. Ripke offered a bunch of fairly unconventional views on taking good photos, some of which I agree with, others not so much. But the bottom line is that it's always interesting to hear about other people's techniques, because they [...]

10 Female Instagrammers that make you want to go to Scotland

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Finding reasons to go to Scotland is not hard at all. Be it for the natural beauty of the Western Isles, a monster hunt in the Highlands, the almost-tropical beaches of the Outer Hebrides, the medieval Old Town of Edinburgh or the thriving art and design scenes of Glasgow or Dundee - Scotland is definitely worth a top spot on your bucket list. Whenever I'm s[...]

6 (unexpected) tips to be a better photographer

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You've been there: scrolling along your Instagram and seeing all the pretty birds attending all the same events, one outfit better than another, posing together, posing apart, selfie here, duckface there. It was during during the last Coachella festival that I kept taking note of some instagrams of a particular photography style popping up on the accounts of[...]

How to Photograph People When Travelling

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As a travel photographer, one of the questions I get asked most frequently is ‘How do you photograph people?’. I take a lot of portraits of people when I travel, and this is the type of travel photography I love the most. But for many people, this is one of the most difficult things to do. Understanding how to approach people, respect them and capture them i[...]

Couples Who Travel and Blog: Ayesha & Gavin

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As you know, we have started introducing you to our favorite traveling couples and decided to make this a series. Next up in our spotlight are Ayesha and Gavin of the wonderful blog “Lenses and locals”; a couple with an addiction to one-way flights and a never-ending desire to explore the world, always with a camera in hand. Ayesha and Gavin: The Aust[...]

The Travelettes Guide to Tokyo

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Nothing quite prepares you for Tokyo. Not for the neon lights or the back-alleys buzzing with Yakitori grills, not for the city-sized fish markets or the ancient temples, the anime crazes or the constant smell of sushi. You can compare it to other cities, yet none are really quite like it. Tokyo is one of a kind, a blizzard of sights, smells and sounds. A th[...]

6 Reasons to Be a Morning Person when you Travel

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Every day my first alarm goes off at 7.05am - not the earliest, I know, but early as f*** for me. Of course I don't get up at 7.05am though. I snooze my alarm for ten minutes. And then another ten. And another. And maybe another. Eventually I get up into the shower and onto my bike. You can tell I'm not a morning person. Unless it's when I travel. When[...]

10 Female Instagrammers you should follow

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A year ago, I wrote a blog post about five female travelers you should follow on instagram and how these women fed my wanderlust on a daily basis. Twelve months later, I am still scrolling down my feed when I am at home, to get inspired by other people’s travels. This year, I discovered a good amount of amazing accounts. Amongst them, a few were managed by w[...]