Some of our Quick Guides and Premium eBooks are focused on topics that involve the outdoors, travel, urban environments or interactions with groups and photography subjects.
As the world grapples with the uncertainty and uncharted territory of COVID-19, we want to stress the importance of still following the health protocols of your respective governments and communities around social distancing and self-isolating where necessary.
Please note that we will be leaving the majority of our content as planned from months prior. We do not want to disrupt the workflows of our hard-working contributing writers and content team.
However, we do hope that our guides can continue to be a source of inspiration for you –
For you to learn from home; for you to hone a new photographic skill; for you to exercise your creativity and share with friends, family and online. For you to try out your new photography skills when we are all freely, and better able to do so, in the near future.
We will continue to bring you the best content we can to allow our readers to improve their photography and creatively express themselves.
In the meantime, feel free to write to us, send us your photos, let us know what kind of content you would like to see more of. Please stay safe and healthy!–Brett and the Photzy Team
Thailand! It’s a photographer’s dream location.
Traveling to a foreign country can be a bit daunting, especially if you’ve never done it before, or the mother language is quite different from your own.
One way to ease that anxiety is to gain some first-hand knowledge from someone who lives there.
Here are some words from author and photographer Kevin Landwer-Johan…
“Knowing some of what to expect from your first photo adventure to Thailand will help you make the most of it. I’ve been a photographer in Thailand for the past 17 years, almost half my career. Let me share with you some insights so your first trip to Thailand will be a most fruitful photography adventure.”
Here are some of the topics that Kevin will share with you:
- Don’t be a snapshooter! Exotic subjects don’t necessarily translate into great photographs without some thought and effort.
- The distinct advantage of taking your time
- Thailand is filled with happy curious people: be respectful and courteous and you will have the trip of a lifetime.
- Getting ready for extreme weather that brings photo opportunities galore!
- The amazing history and culture of this grand country
- Tour and workshop opportunities
If you’d like to discover the secrets to capturing amazing landscape photographs, our Complete Landscape Photography eBook is the perfect next step.
This eBook will give you everything you need to know to create compelling, calendar-worthy landscape images, fast. Go here now to find out more – The Complete Landscape Photography Guide