About This Show
Learn to Create and Share Your Travel Adventures - A podcast for travelers who love to shoot photos and videos on their holidays.
Dan Roitner covers the planning, travel photography, editing and sharing of your travelogue story. Be it simple Facebook posts, photo books, slideshows or learning to make travel movies, everything is kept easy to understand. He brings you a variety of topics to help you pull it all together in a fun and entertaining way.
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Most Recent Episode
TC018 Where to Find the Best Travel Photo Destinations
4 days ago
The world is a big place with lots of beautiful scenery and cities for us to explore and take pictures and videos. As you prepare your next trip, you may be wondering how and where do I find those awesome photos and how do you seek them out? I know many of us love to explore and find random surprises during our holidays to photograph. Now that's a great buzz when you chance to come across an unusual and interesting place to take a few pictures. It happens to me often, yet I also plan some of those chance photo occurrences and so should you. You might think if you do some research and plan out a shoot list of locations you'd like to visit that the freeform spontaneity of the travel adventure is lost. But not at all; it'll happen anyway on top of going to planned locations. You will just have better odds of getting enough content for your travelogue slideshow/video or photo album. With just an hour or two of photo research you can plan to find whatever type of content interests you on your holidays. This kind of homework really is very easy and actually entertaining to leisurely browse websites, books, videos... Before the internet I was often looking at coffee table books, maps and guide books on the country and locations I was to visit looking for clues and nice photos I could check out. A favorite trick was to browse through the stands of postcards upon arriving somewhere to see what other pro photographers had shot as famous landmarks of the area. You can still do that these days though there are a lot fewer postcard stands around. Actually with the advent of the internet it has gotten so much better and easier to seek out those popular and hidden destinations online. Study the images you find that appeal to your interests and shooting style. Figure what or where the camera position was and time of day/year. There are many clues in a picture to help you out. But I encourage you to be yourself and not plagiarize the photographer. Find your own way of photographing the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben or the Pyramids. Iconic shots are hard to be different, and therein is the challenge. Discover a new and fresh way to show it. read more at