Namibia truly matches most of the African natural beauties in just one single country. It’s a land of abundant wildlife, extravagant colonial architecture and incredible landscapes. This country hosts the Namib, the oldest desert in the world, with its towering red and orange dunes dropping down to the wind-lashed coastline. Here you get also the second largest canyon in the world, never ending lichen-encrusted gravel plains and magnificent wetlands. A country that lives up to expectations. No wonder why Namibia is among the photographers’ favorite destinations.
We all became photographers in a different way. Everybody has his own story how this happened. Photography quotes can help us to know more about our passion and rediscover photography with a different approach.
Here is a collection of inspiring photography quotes from famous photographers, artists and other celebrities around the world. Some will inspire you or simply make you smile while others will sound like genuine tips to improve your ability and creativity while shooting. If you’re a beginner photographer some of the following photography quotes might offer a push and encouragement to learn, practice and grow as a photographer.
Enjoy these photography quotes and if you know more that aren’t listed here please send them.
This is a short but useful list of best apps that help me significantly during my job as professional photographer by making things much easier. Nothing to do with editing apps, weather apps or must have photography apps like Instagram or Lightroom but tools, I’m sure, many photographers around would benefit from during their work. Some are free, others not, some work for Android only others also with Apple iOS. Certainly, there are more useful apps for professional photographers around and I would be really pleased if you would take your time to let me know. In the meanwhile, these are the best apps for professional photographers I have installed in my smartphone.
Last week, I purchased a new camera backpack for my travels: the Think Tank Photo Airport Commuter. For the first time, my buying decision, in terms of camera bags, wasn’t for a LowePro‘s one. In the last four years, I have been using a LowePro Pro Runner BP 350 AW II, a robust and performing camera bag, quite similar for size to the Think Tank Photo Commuter Airport. The main reason because I changed backpack was due, unfortunately, to the not that high quality of materials used for my LowePro Pro Runner BP 350 AW II. I missed two cord zipper pulls as they broke somewhere during my trips and also the thick external mesh padding suddenly started to unpick at certain point. It looked like the camera backpack I owned for several years was not made to last for long time yet. So, I opted for the Think Tank Photo Commuter Airport, a camera backpack I’ve heard such good things about from other photographers. Though I have used it just around town so far and not in any trip yet, this impartial review is my first personal experience with this backpack.
Located in the island of Java, not far from Yogyakarta, Borobudur is the world’s largest Buddhist temple. An authentic masterpiece of architecture built over 1,000 years ago from two million stone blocks in the form of a massive symmetrical stupa wrapped around a small gentle hill. Borobudur was in my photographic list during my last year’s journey across South East Asia.