Photography

Photography

Victor Cheng holds a camera and walks through a colorful corridor.

Becoming a Full-Time Photographer: A Conversation with Victor Cheng

Victor Cheng is the photographer behind the popular Instagram account @veeceecheng, where he posts colorful, eye-popping images from around the world. Although Victor previously worked at a creative agency, he recently left his job...

17 Years on a Train

On the third day of the train journey from Toronto to Vancouver, just as you enter mountain country, there’s a bend in the tracks that seems particularly designed for adventure photographers. Here’s why: if...

Lessons in Travel Photography from Simone Anne

Simone Anne started out her photography career in the wedding world, even though travel had always been her biggest passion. She had hiked the 220-mile John Muir trail solo, visited five continents, and documented...

Learning Time-Lapse Photography with Florian Nick

I’ve always admired the great outdoors for the beauty it has to offer. In fact, that’s why I got into filmmaking and photography in the first place. About three to four years ago, feeling...

Meet the Mundari Tribe of South Sudan

When you enter Mattia Passarini’s website, you’re met with the phrase, “If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It’s lethal.” After speaking with the photographer himself, I’d say those words are pretty fitting. Mattia’s...

Photography Basics: Bokeh

LESSON 20: BOKEH Whether or not you’ve ever heard of this quirky photography term, chances are that you’ve encountered what it represents. Deriving from the Japanese word boke — which literally translates to “blur” or...

Wander, Roam, Replicate: A Conversation About Copy-Cat Culture in the Travel Space With @Insta_Repeat

Images of outstretched hands, of feet dangling off mountaintops, of people standing at the edges of cliffs, in front of crashing waterfalls, at the bows of canoes, and in the middle of open highways...

Photography Basics: Low-Light Photography

LESSON 19: LOW-LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY Whether it's the dimly lit theatre stage or the celebratory glow of birthday candles, the moments we most want to document often occur in low-light settings. Accordingly, photos from those occasions...

Manang: A Story From Then and Now

The last time I was in Manang was 10 years ago. Although it was just a one-day visit, the Manang I remember was remarkably different from the bustling city I experienced this year. Just...