Travel photography goes further than just capturing a great image. It’s there to tell a story, educate and inspire. A good travel photograph will be more than just a slice of time captured in an image. It will tell a story and convey emotion.
Photography is a source of inspiration, to see and experience the best our world offers. Travel photography, as a paid and profitable profession, is highly competitive. We all want to travel the world and take pictures for a living.
Like any other art form, photography is a form of expression. In this case, your photographs express the way you see the world. Your vision of the world is unique to you and the challenge.
Travel photography is about bringing the world to people and exposing to them what else is out there. It’s about educating people about the customs of other cultures.
Travel photography involves photography of landscapes, historical buildings, cultures, and people in a specific place and destination to document a particular place and make others wish they were there.
Travel Photography goes further than just capturing an incredible image it is about inspiring people to want to travel to the location in the photograph.
Whether it is to inspire people visit the beautiful Playa de Muro beach in Majorca, where you bath in the warm waters of the Mediterranean, which is very clean and very shallow, and stroll along the beach, which is three miles long, where you can walk to C’an Picafort.
My travel photography in Brittany took me to the walled town of Concarneau in the medieval Ville, when you go through the main entrance, you will find many attractions, tourist shops, clothes shops, and restaurants, which is just waiting for you to visit.
The trends towards remote working using the Digital Nomad Visa are staying longer and are boosting demand for accommodation, where recovery is desperately needed. The new breed of remote workers are learning that they can do their jobs from anywhere. these international remote workers are known as “digital nomads. and they have proved that working remotely is just as productive, if not more so, than working in the office. The nomad visas typically require proof of income and remote employment, travel insurance, and intent to depart. In summary, digital nomads invest their time and money in the local economy.
Countries are capitalising on remote work by offering digital nomad visas. Digital nomad visas are available in Portugal, Madeira, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Malta, and Romania; in late 2023, Spain will offer digital nomad visas. Companies are now more able to provide flexibility for remote working to some employees. They are creating an opportunity to create “workcation” experiences for people with the means and ability to work remotely. Madeira has a nomad village digital nomad village at Ponta do Sol. A unique pilot project that aims to blend digital nomads with the local businesses and Ponta do Sol inhabitants, turning it into a community of people that have a strong positive impact in the village, both socially and economically.
Look at alternative travel destinations
With the recent concerns in iconic locations in Europe that have too many tourists, it’s is time to photograph regions and locations that are not so well known but would attract visitors, my travel photography over the years has been taken in the outstanding locations below, it is time re-visit these locations and inspire visitors to visit these locations.
Gibraltar and Andalucia
Lavendar fields in Provence
Majorca Travel Guide
My favourite photography destination is Porto De Alcudia which backs onto the beautiful Playa de Muro beach where you bath warm waters of the Mediterranean which is very clean and very shallow or just stroll long the beach which is three miles long to C’an Picafort which used to be small fishing village but now is a very popular holiday destination.
Western France Travel Guide
It’s time for a return visit to the coast of western France but this time photographing French cuisine, it’s culture, and places of interest for tourism. The trip started in September when we arrived at Saint Malo, The city was founded in the 12th century on a close rocky island. It is worth exploring the many shops and cafes inside the city walls
Bruges Travel Guide
The medieval centre of Bruges is remarkably well preserved and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Many of the medieval buildings in the ancient squares is a very popular tourist destination, so you need to plan your visit to avoid the tourists. Bruges is a heavyweight sightseeing destination, you can walk along a canal and explore the city,