9 tips to improve your travel photos

improve your travel photos

Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or just picking up the camera for the first time, you might find some of these tips useful in helping you improve your travel photos. We’ve been shooting travel photos for the past 3 years, originally starting off as a hobby before it transformed into a way for us to make a living. As we’re self-taught photographers we’ve made plenty of mistakes along the way, but it’s from these...

Emblem Hostel Nishiarai: a hostel for travellers to meet travellers

Emblem Hostel exterior

We take a step out of central Tokyo to stay in Emblem Hostel Nishiarai, a hostel we believe to be perfect for travellers to meet like-minded travellers. Disclaimer: we were invited to stay at Emblem Hostel Nishiarai during our visit to Tokyo but all words and comments in this post are our own. Location Emblem Hostel Nishiarai is located in the northern part of Tokyo city with its closest train station being Nishiarai station...

Living abroad: the good and the bad

couple walking in a forest with a lake

Not sure whether you’re ready to live abroad? This post may help you come to a decision. After nearly three years living abroad, we explain the good and the bad about life overseas. Before we jump into this post I want to give you guys a little back story to provide some context on why our thoughts on living abroad might matter to you. If you know our story already you can skip ahead...

Life updates for 2018

Sunrise over Hong Kong Victoria Harbour

We’ve made some huge changes over the last few months and now that the dust has begun to settle, we’re ready to tell you guys all about our life updates for 2018. Bye bye Hong Kong As some of you may already know, we’ve departed from Hong Kong – a city we’ve called home for the past two and a half years. We originally only planned to stay for a year but ended up...

Best free travel apps of 2018

Before you set off on your next adventure make sure you have these 6 free travel apps installed on your phone. Out of the millions of apps available, we’ve found these 6 travel apps to be the most helpful in booking, planning, managing and allowing us to enjoy our trip stress-free. All travel apps listed are available for both IOS and Android. Best for finding cheap flights: Kayak Find cheap fares Discover new destinations...

Three days in Singapore

Three days in Singapore

When we heard some of our UK friends were travelling around South East Asia, we just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to fly out and meet them in Singapore. We only had three days in the city but that was plenty to have us wanting to come back again soon. Here’s our three-day itinerary for what we got up to in Singapore. Day 1 Check in + pool We spent our first morning enjoying our...

What travel photography gear do we use?

We get asked what camera we use more than anything else on Instagram. So we decided to create a list of all the travel photography gear we use and the pros and cons of each item. We will continue to update this post whenever we make changes to our gear. It’s important to remember that this list is just the travel photography gear we have chosen to use as it suits our needs. Disclosure: Some...

Earth Runners: our favourite travel sandals

Since sandals became our favourite footwear for travel, we’ve been on a long (and expensive) journey to find the best pair to fit our needs – we’re happy to say we’ve finally found our favourite travel sandals with Earth Runners. Before jumping into the review we want to let you guys know that we reached out to Earth Runners who sent us the sandals to test out. We weren’t paid to write this review...

Q&A time! We answer your questions

Q&A Thank you to everyone who sent in questions! We’ve been wanting to do a Q&A for a while as a way to give back to the travel and photography community which we have learnt so much from. For anyone who wants to read a little about our background, head over to our about us. As always, feel free to send us a DM on Instagram or email us if there’s anything else you...

Ishigaki

Ishigaki After our last trip to Japan, we told ourselves we would save the rest of the country for when we live there one day – but when the opportunity to visit Ishigaki came up we just couldn’t resist. Ishigaki is an island located in the most southern and western part of the Okinawa prefecture. Unlike the mainlands of Japan, the island experiences a subtropical climate with relatively warm weather all year round. The...

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