At the end of each year, it’s normal to look back on all your photo adventures. Here are the best photos of 2019, as chosen by PWA’s photographer leaders.
How will you celebrate World Photography Day this year? To give you some ideas, we’ve prepared our list of 5 creative ways to observe World Photography Day.
Thailand is a fascinating place, and for those who have never had the pleasure to travel there before, here are the five best things to see in Chiang Mai.
One of the most challenging, yet fascinating genres of photography is street photography. Read photographer Laurie Cohen’s advice on the Think Orange blog.
As a Westerner spending time in Asia, I am often drawn to the everyday sights around me. I don’t mean the temples and monuments or historical sites. I am drawn to the neighborhood streets and regular people who walk them.
TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY (and why we shoot what we shoot). Much has been written about both the fetishization of the local people that travel photography often captures and on the voyeuristic aspects of tourism generally—slum tours in developing countries (or “poverty photography”) being a prime example. I admit that I struggle with these criticisms whenever I travel. Am I obligated to depict some reality, tell a story, or just present something pleasing or interesting to the viewer?
We are honored to have been chosen as one of Feedspot’s “Top 100 Travel Photography Blogs and Websites” for 2017. And to be ranked as high as #12 (even ahead of Readit Travel Photo Blog) makes it all that much more sweet.