Introduce yourself & share your travel photography links

Welcome to the Travel Photography group!

Introduce yourself here and share some of your work. I'll get it started.

I'm an American travel photographer originally from Detroit, USA. I'm currently based in South Africa shooting for the tourism industry and building my Stocksy portfolio.

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People watching in Peru 2016. One of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. Plenty to see and amazing places, people to photograph.

Bagan photography tips?

Hi guys,

I've been travelling South East Asia for about 4 months now and covered Nepal, Tibet, India and I am currently in Myanmar.

In a week or so I'll be going to the famous Bagan temples. This is obviously a huge place and I was wondering if any photographers had any tips for making the most of my trip there. Any good spots or...

Prague commuters

This shot was taken with a 3 second exposure in the city of Prague, Czech Republic. I was there in early December - very cold and some rain. To me, night photography in a city is made so much more interesting in the rain. By the way - great beer in Prague!

Chittagong, Bangladesh

New here and I thought I'd like to share some pictures from a recent trip to Chittagong in Bangladesh. As well as visiting a garment factory, the fish market and the places where boats are built and repaired, I was lucky enough to gain access to the notorious ship breaking yards where giant tankers, ferries, container ships and the...


Hey guys! New on the group! I'm Marc from Quebec, Canada. I started photography 3 years ago and learned with practice and YouTube ;) I did travel to China a few weeks ago, here's one of my favourite taken at the Mutianyu part of the Great Wall. Enjoy!

You can find more of my work here:

Just Joined!

Hey guys! Found this group while reading Hillary's article about "Here's What It Takes To become A Professional Travel Photographer", so thank you to her for bringing me to this group!

I am a travel and lifestyle photographer from the United States...New Jersey to be exact!

You can find my photos here:

Little Hunter's Beach

I set the tripod up on the loose rocks of Little Hunter's Beach in Acadia National Park before sitting down on some deadwood waiting for the perfect shot. The beach itself can be very different between high and low tides, which offered something different every time we checked it out. The one thing that remained constant was the rushing sound...

Suggestions for my Patagonia trip in February .


So I am going to Patagonia this February and and would love to hear any suggestions and tips on locations where to shoot in the areas that I will be in.

I am flying into Coyhaique then traveling down to Rio Tranquilo. From there I will probably head up to the Island of Chiloé where I hopefully will be able to go see...

Prague Commuters

I spent three nights in Prague during December. Loved it. Very easy to walk around and incredibly beautiful. The beer is awesome. I had a Fujifilm X-T2 and a Fujifilm GFX 50s with me. This was taken with the GFX. I had it on a mini tripod - I am sitting on a set of steps with the minipod next to me. 3 second exposure, f4, IS0 100, 23mm lens.

I am René Blažević

I'm René Blažević, hobby photographer from Berlin, Germany.
I love to take travel photos, architecture and portraits.

You can see my pictures at

Happy New Year :)

Two Medicine

Glacier National Park
By any name and from any view, Glacier National Park has a dramatic presence. Home to more than one million acres, the beauty with glacier-carved terrain that encompasses wild meadows, glistening clear rivers, stunning 400-foot waterfalls, striking rock faces and dramatic mountain peaks, it's truly unlike any place...

Marina bay sands, Singapore

Hi all, it's a pleasure to share this moment with you. This shot was taken during my last visit to Singapore. Actually I was astonished by the colorful composition after the long exposure shot was done showing this heavenly beauty on my camera screen!

Marlboro View

This is quite a unique view, located between Canyon Lands NP and Dead horse state park. It is not crowed with a tourists and to get there you will need 4 wheel drive. The whole place is a redrock woodcut engraved by wind’s and water’s big, slow chisels. Everybody told me that it is great spot for sunrise, but sunset worked good too!

The Unknown Path

I'm Mainak, from India.

This photograph I captured during my last visit to the Buxa Tiger Reserve in Bengal. The grey foggy weather and the forests at the morning were creating mystery.


Bengal's one of the most popular travel destination is Santiniketan, where the noble-laureate Rabindranath Tagore established his open air school. His idea was that children will study staying within the nature.

Top ten from 2017 for WPO

Hi, my first post to the discussions,
just recently I entered the competition as many of you I guess the Sony world photo.
anyway here are my ten which I've submitted.

Its mostly from my travels in India some are from Vietnam and some street moments