A 54-Page Guide To Better Travel Photography

A 54-Page Guide To Better Travel Photography

Last Updated on September 12, 2020


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About Me

Kien Lam  

I'm Kien, an international photographer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. After quitting my job in finance, I've traveled to over 70 countries in the last 10 years finding the coolest experiences to check off my bucket list. I hope to help you find your inspiration with my photography and tips to travel the world.

You’ve booked your flight and packed your bags for that big trip. Passport. Check. Travel towel. Check. Camera. Check. That last one is important. There’s so much to see on your travels and you want to capture it all. That’s why you’re going to lug around that heavy camera and your arsenal of lens with you everywhere so that you don’t miss that perfect shot. Sounds familiar? And then you end up leaving it in the hotel because it’s so cumbersome. Still sounds familiar?

In the last few years, I’ve taken photographs in over 60 countries and most were taken with something other than my full frame DSLR. I opted for smaller systems like the Panasonic GF-1 and the Sony NEX-6 because they fit neatly into a small shoulder bag I carry with me almost everywhere. Now I’m toting around a Sony A7III that’s got almost everything I’ve ever wanted in a camera. And it’s fits in the tiniest of bags.

I want to share some of that knowledge and experience to help you take better travel photos yourself. I put together a 54 page guide with a look at 25 of my favorite travel photos. For each image, I break down the settings I used for the shot and share my thoughts, motivation and technique for capturing that image.

Below are a few pages from the guide. The whole guide is free to download.

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No catch. There’s no strings attached to my information. I earn my money from my photography and films and working with brands. Subscribe if you want to hear about cool shit from me from time to time. Otherwise, enjoy the guide and I hope it helps you take better photos.

Guide To Taking Better Travel Photos Copenhagen Denmark

Guide To Taking Better Travel Photos Backlighting

Guide To Taking Better Travel Photos ND Filter

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