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Women attending Chhatikara Holi celebration

Last week, one of my images that appeared on Light Travelers Tumblr...

02nd Sep
Women attending the Holi festival in a village close to Mathura

On the evolution of light

…or photographic patience. How often do you see someone approach an interesting...

16th Aug
House by the lake

Tejo Frontier, beautiful landscape

Tagus river serves as the frontier between Portugal and Spain, and the region is really worth a visit.

10th Jun
The small village of Segura, safe within its walls, watchs over the ford and the border with Spain.

3 different ways to photograph the Taj Mahal (or any other crowded landmark)

Because there's more than the facade of the Taj Mahal to create a great photo.

23rd Mar
Taj Mahal

Lisboa

Lisboa, the city of white light, narrow streets and the amazing views from the top of the hills.

17th Mar
Lisbon at twilight (by André Vicente Gonçalves)

Our best photos of 2013

Just last year we chose our memorable photo, or the photo that represents the a memorable moment throughout 2013, and in their own words each team member goes through his choice.

01st Jan
2013

Trusting In Your Intuition

Sometimes as a photographer you have to trust your intuition to get "that" photo.

04th Dec
Exmoor pasture

Ten questions to Michael “Nick” Nichols

We end our series of interviews on a high note, talking to Michael "Nick" Nichols.

29th Nov
Michael "Nick" Nichols, keynote speaker at WildPhotos 2013 (photo credit: WildPhotos 2013/Oz Owens)

Ten questions to Mark Carwardine

Mark Carwardine has been involved in conservationism and wildlife photography for a long time. He shared with Lighttravelers some of his views.

27th Nov
José Paulo Madeira talks with Mark Carwardine (photo credit: Ruben Vicente)
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