Educational Posts

Check out the latest articles from the Eyevoyage blog. Topics range from practical advice on light, composition, or just getting the shot all the way to post-processing your photos in Lightroom. Your growth as a photographer will begin here.

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The One Thing That Never Changes In Photography

As photography trends change, fads come and go and new gear is released, one thing that stays constant through all of this is natural light.

Featured Photographers

Learn how to take your photography to the next level from insightful interviews and in-depth features with some of the best and most respected travel and documentary photographers from around the world.

Haris Kakarouhas Cuba Suspended in Time

InDepth: Cuba, suspended time By Haris Kakarouhas

Haris Kakarouhas talks about life and the purity of self-expression, which leads to certain photographic truths.

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InDepth: Ijen at Night by Olivier Grunewald

In this feature we find out more about french nature photographer Olivier Grunewald, and his eye catching work from Kawah Ijen in Indonesia.

Interview with Jeremy Horner Travel Photojournalist

InFocus: An Interview with Jeremy Horner

Jeremy Horner is a travel photojournalist with nearly 30 years experience. Find out how he got started and how his work has changed over the time.

Inspirational Images

A curated, weekly series highlighting the very best travel and documentary photography from around the world. Each image has a special insight from the original photographer revealing just what it took to capture the image.

Man of Tuareg tribe in festival dress, Anderamboukane, Mali
PHILIP LEE HARVEY King crab fisherman
Rhythm of Life Sundarbans Banglashdesh Rashmela
Mor Gabriel, Mardin, Turkey
Jacob Maentz Philippines Portrait Hunter
Mihnea Turcu, Bundi, India
Tiruchirapalli Rock Fort, Tamil Nadu, David Lazar