Top Five Travel Photography Blogs
Whether you’re a whizz with your DSLR or a keen snapper with your compact digital camera, we all love to take a photo when we are travelling abroad. But when it comes to taking some beautiful travelling shots, there are few better people than these incredible bloggers.
Whether you're a whizz with your DSLR or a keen snapper with your compact digital camera, we all love to take a photo when we are travelling abroad. But when it comes to taking some beautiful travelling shots, there are few better people than these incredible bloggers. So let's have a look at our five favourite travel bloggers...
Describing themselves as a "freewheeling 30-something couple", Beth and Randy have driven across the US, camped in Iceland, eaten their way through Paris, and worked on an organic farm in Tuscany.
But Beers and Beans is more than a typical travel site, as Beth is a professional photographer and Randy is a former journalist. This means that the couple are keen to use their skills to interview people and cover stories around the globe. And through the amazing photography of Beth, Bears and Beans are also really big on Pintrest, and have a larger following than any other travel company.
The Polar Route is a blog by Ed Graham, a photography enthusiast who began travelling in 2007. Besides sharing his amazing travel stories, Graham is also keen to offer his readers some simple techniques to help you become a better photographer.
His latest photographs are truly stunning, and they range from bikes in Amsterdam to the Moreo Glacier in Patagonia.
The Nomadic Vision is the travel blog of Jon and Tina Reid. They spend a lot of time on the road, where they love to take photographs and make videos. As well as visiting anywhere from Scotland to Malawi, Nomadic Vision has also spent an extensive amount of time taking plenty of pictures of their hometown London.
Launched way back in 2008, A Little Adrift is the blog that was to chronicle Shannon O'Donnell's year-long world trip. But after her year away, and a lot of hard work, Shannon has managed to continue travelling and living in different countries.
As well as documenting her travels through photography, O'Donnell also writes about local volunteering programs and sustainable travelling. She's even written a book called " The Volunteer Traveller's Handbook".
Not Work Related is a collaborative project between two UK photographers Helen and David, who have both put their work-related lives on hold to travel around the world. They have travelled to some of the world's most exotic locations, including Japan, China, the West Coast of America, and Australia.
They're currently back in the UK, but Helen and David are both gearing up for another round the world trip.
Do you have any favourite travel blogs? Let us know in the comments below...