How to backup your photos whilst travelling

If you're on the trip of a lifetime, chances are you will A) be taking lots of photos, and B) will be away for more than a couple of days. If the worst happens, and your camera is stolen, or your memory card corrupts, you will still have all your memories intact if you have taken the time to backup your photos as you go.

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Emma Davies
How to shoot a photography triptych

There are a few approaches to creating a triptych. Some you can try with images you already have (like the first one below - splitting a single image). For others you'll need to go out and shoot with the triptych in mind.

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Emma Davies
Armchair location scouting

Not everyone has the luxury of taking a week to scout a new location for potential photographs and best viewpoints. (In fact, does anyone who isn't a professional location scout?)

But with Google maps and a couple of apps, you can plan a photography trip so that as far as humanly possible, you stand the best chance of getting the best shots.

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Emma Davies
11 Ideas for bad weather photography

All photography is a compromise - bad weather just makes us work harder for the shot. Know your kit, know your settings, then get out there and have some fun. (Also includes some indoor projects for when it’s just too miserable to go out.)

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Emma Davies