I'm sure we've all been there, driving down the highway and we see something that strikes our fancy and we say or think to ourselves: "I'll have another or better opportunity at the next pullout".I recently had this experience, and I'm still kicking myself for not pulling over when I wanted to...a couple times.Of course there are those times when it's just not possible or safe to pull over, and I wish I had a camera built into the windshield and the shutter release... continue reading
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Finally, I have of long-awaited vacation. My plane lands. Backpack in the trunk cars. The camera on the seat next to.I can will go to the road.To meet a variety of the adventure, new impressions, interesting acquaintances, and all that can be seen, to hear, to feel , i can capture it in the camera lens, fix the moment of the present here and now. How will I look for interesting stories for great shots on the road? I do not know exactly, but I do know that by aiming the camera at interesting... continue reading
When is the last time you just didn't go the same way?Yesterday I was driving home when I looked at my passenger and said, "you have been officially kidnapped." Then off we went. What should have taken about 1/2 hour drive home ended being almost 4 hours? Sometimes taking a new road can bring you new surprises and sights.I have found MANY new things just by getting lost or taking a left instead of a right. Today we had found the Ritner Creek Bridge, an old barn, a field... continue reading
Finding great shots while on the road, for me, used to mean finding great shots while hanging off the side of a road. My photography manta has often been “anything to get a great shot.” I keep a pair of rubber boots in my trunk just in case I end up in a place I might need them for a photograph; I’ve had friends hold my feet while trying to get the right angle for a photo (be careful!); and I’ve been nearly arrested for trespassing (don’t recommend this one, Dreamstimers... continue reading
This is my first time participating in a Dreamstime blog contest. I was intrigued by the subject as I am quite passionate about road trips. I just love road trips and usually tend to choose my travel destinations according to whether I can include at least a driving part. I love the sense of freedom and I love to open the window and breathe in the fresh air. I love everything about road trips, even the part when I get lost or get stuck in the snow. The beauty of road trips is that they always tend... continue reading
Traveling should be the most exciting time for everyone but for photographers it's fun & work, cause the potential of shooting new things is set to the maximum. I myself I put in my mind that anything could be worth it to shoot! To refresh my memory about details, to register moments & to sell photos on microstocks.Travelers should put in their minds that editorial photos are good business for them on microstocks. In addition to the things that you can try to shoot as royalty free of... continue reading
When you are on the road wanting to take a photo, you need to have a plan. If you feel like taking a photography on the road I've got some tips for you. I live up north in Norway, and are surrounded with mountains in midnight sun in the summer and Northern lights in the winter. Often I take the car when I'm going somewhere. Often I have a specific goal with my driving trip. I've got some few tips to decide what you want to take picture of. If I'm on a road trip, there is nothing... continue reading
My wife and decided to take a vacation to the state of New Mexico back in 2006 renting a car and driving to many places. New Mexico is a state with many beautiful landscapes that inspired Ansel Adams to take his most famous photo "Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico." Photographers follow in the footsteps of Ansel Adams hoping to create their own masterpieces. There are many opportunities to take good photos on the road. Not all your photos need to be of sweeping landscapes.... continue reading
DO YOUR HOMEWORKIf you're going to a specific location or venue, do your homework before arriving at your final destination. Are there any restrictions on photography and equipment? What access is there to the location? Is a permit required?Let's discuss a few examples. The United States White House has tours almost daily but you're not allowed to bring in large cameras. Point and shoot cameras are OK. Sporting events have restrictions on cameras and photography. Some stadiums do not... continue reading
In the summer of 2017 I took a trip to a castle themed town in Iowa called Ida Grove located in the United States that I heard about from a few friends and I was so glad I did, the town has all sorts of castle related themes and buildings scattered all over it with a modern and medieval twist to the buildings.Many of Ida Grove's businesses have a castle themed design in there structure, even though there known for being such a small town in Iowa it does get a lot of tourists from all over... continue reading
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