Pic(k) of the week 49: THE KIDS OF CAMBODIA

My last two Pic(k)s of the week, have been coming from a recent photo-adventure to Cambodia. Typically for most of my longer travel photography trips, I try to work on a short personal project during the trip.  In the late seventies, when I was about 9, I...

Namibia Photography Tour

I’ve never had guest writers on this blog before, but Julie, my wife has just returned from running a photographic tour around Namibia and I want her to share the journey/ story with you. Julie plus 5 photographer clients embarked on a trip of a...

The Wild Wild West Road Trip 2018

The Lovegrove USA road trip photography adventure is now booking Here it is at last. In it’s third and final year the Wild West adventure is the one not to miss. Let me, Damien Lovegrove guide you through Navaho Nation, down Route 66 and into canyons...

Wild West Adventure 2017 ~ Pictures

01. This was a special moment on our Wild West Adventure when Claire sang the Star Spangled Banner at the top of her voice into the hot wind of the Painted Desert. Basic facts: We journeyed 1380 miles through Nevada, Arizona and Utah in 5 SUVs. We were 12...

El Camino with the Fujifilm X100S

The Camino de Santiago (also commonly known as ’The Way of St James’, or ‘El Camino’ in Spanish) is the name given to the pilgrimage routes that start all over Europe, but all lead to the same destination: the Cathedral of Santiago de...

Flight of the Swans – X Series on expedition – Part 1

By Ben Cherry – Environmental photojournalist & Fujifilm X-Photographer. I’ve been fortunate enough to be a part of the volunteer media team covering a project called Flight of the Swans. This is an ambitious conservation expedition, where Sacha Dench will paramotor from Arctic Russia...

India – The Good, The Great and The Downright Scary – Part 1

Jaipuri, India. By Tom Corban It spread through the air like static electricity, conducting from one person to another. Fear truly is contagious. Everyone was running away from the rather skinny looking snake. Skinny or not, the guides and camel tenders were visibly frightened. You...

Offline.

We are living in a world where almost everyone is online almost all the time. A world, where people would rather stare on small screens while waiting for a bus, a rendezvous or whatever else instead of being aware of and taking in their surroundings....