Vacationers sometimes miss great photo opportunities, are challenged when photographing their children, have problems photographing in churches and museums due to poor lighting, and trouble photographing museum collections protected by glass due to reflection. Ned Levi has 4 techniques for solving these problems of travel photography.
It’s the weekend and time to dream about beautiful and exciting places. View Iceland as time flows (as do Glaciers and lots of water). Take a look at a slide show of beautiful town squares from Peru to Prague. Practice speaking English in Ireland. (Don’t they already speak English there?)
B737 breaks delivery and order records, United 787 makes emergency landing in New Orleans, an Iceland traditional Christmas
Nudists in Florida plan to promote their natural lifestyle as a tourism asset, testing airline food and a unique phallus museum in Iceland grace this weekends, end-of-the-year news. Happy New Year.
Dual-class Q400 from Bombardier, Europe on volcanic ash alert, smartphone app available for Monterey
While extreme winter weather photography is challenging, the photographic opportunities during such weather are amazing and often beautiful. Ned Levi discusses how you can meet those challenges in order to capture amazing winter photographs.
Since the Icelandic volcano with an unpronounceable name erupted last month, I’ve covered the questions and the resulting fallout on this site. But what about the other side? You know, the heroic stories of customer service that went above and beyond expectations? They do exist. My friends at Expedia recently sent me a few love letters.
This has been an interesting week for those trying to get to Europe with little or no information easily found. The volcanic ash is still affecting flights.
On this weekend following the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and a week-plus of Iceland being at the forefront of the news, let’s combine the two and talk about the island being a very “green” vacation spot.
New tremors and eruptions rock Iceland, KLM and Lufthansa test flights raise hope for European traffic, major airlines swear off carry-on fees