Travel Photography Playbook

10 Steps to Great Travel Pics Without Spending Another Dime on Gear!

  • Advice on the gear to bring (spoiler alert: you don't need to buy more).
  • Insights into the travel photographers mindset to help you make the best of your travels AND your pictures.
  • A deep-dive into the process of making your pics. No quick fixes, no short-cuts!

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How to Keep Your Gear and Pixels Safe On The Road

We all love to travel. And we all want to bring our cameras to create lasting memories of the wonders we encounter. But when we’re traveling we’re usually more relaxed and carefree making us an easy target for people with bad intentions. With these travel photography safety tips, you can develop some safety habits and come home with your gear and precious pixels.

Do You Think We See The Same?

Photography Quotes to Inspire and Delight, a monthly series on the Photography Playground. This months photography quote is by the American landscape photographer Ansel Adams. “A Good Photograph is Knowing Where to Stand.” There are many moving parts when you’re making a photograph. And one of them is your point of view, the place where you stand.

7 Reasons Why You Need to Shoot in Manual Mode

What if you actually knew how to take your camera out of Auto Mode? Would your pictures become better? Or would you mess them up? The answer is yes, they will get better…eventually! And yes, you’ll probably mess it up from time to time. But there are a lot of reasons to take the plunge and take the first step in learning to shoot in Manual Mode. Let me share 7 of them.

Photography is a Way of Awakening Your Senses

For Tine Søby photography is not platonic but more so a way to awaken all her senses. To get impressions, to feel inspired, to see new perspectives. One of the most inspiring things Tine told me is that she gives space for the intuitive which does not necessarily come with logic. It rather comes with this cringing feeling of something that is hard to put into words but awakens your soul.

8 Essential Apps for the Best Travel Photos

For me, photography apps are my friendly little helpers and you can never have enough of those. Whether I’m traveling with my DSLR or I rely on my iPhone for my travel pics travel photography apps will help me to create the best images possible. I’ve put together a list of travel photography apps I’ve come to rely on when I’m traveling to help you do the same.

Hi!
I’m Karin.

A photographer bringing 25+ years of experience to your table.

Dedicated to teaching you how to capture your wonderful world in expressive photography using ANY camera.

Because honestly…..? It’s not about the camera.

It’s about your vision!

“A Good Photograph is Knowing Where to Stand.”

– Ansel Adams

Experiment

“You have exceeded my expectations, thank you. I feel way more confident and ready to experiment with my smartphone now, this was very, very long overdue. Bravo on a job well done, I feel inspired and ready to go out and photograph everything I have ignored for such a long time.”

-Herman, Fabulous Phone Photography

Playful

“Karin has a playful approach and a warm personality that gives you all the space you need to get to know your own camera. And you learn how to put your own perspective into the image. I would recommend her as a teacher to everyone that’s willing to really know what photos are about.”

-Fleur, One-on-One Mentoring

Learn by doing

“It’s a great course where you really learn how to make good pictures! It is user-friendly, I had fun doing it, and now I know how to use my iPhone to make good pictures. I really liked the combination of the theory and the assignments. I learned by doing. I learned a lot in a short period of time.”

-Wilma, Travel iPhoneography for Instagram

Personal and funny

“I started this course to get a clear view (again) on Instagram. In personal, clear, brief (yes, not a thousand words per lesson) and kind of funny way you learn the finishing touch of a great Instagram account with how to find hashtags, how to schedule your posts and how to create a good looking feed. I am ready for Instagram 2019.”

-Demi, From Instagram Newbie to Instagram Star