Photography has the potential to be as good or as shitty as you want it to be. If you surround yourself with the good stuff, you’ll think it’s awesome. But surround yourself by the bad stuff, and you’ll quickly lose interest. In this article I discuss eight different fields of photography that are not only fun and interesting, but also work hand in hand with our natural male instincts.
Photography can be one the single greatest ways to add some color to your life, but you have to drop your preconceptions and give it a chance first. I dove head first into the vast world of photography over three years ago, and here are eight of the benefits that came into my life as a result.
“Traveling is expensive” is an outdated old wives’ tale. Sure, it can be expensive if you want it to be, but it can also be quite affordable. I’ve been traveling internationally my entire post-college life (just shy of a decade), and I’ve learned a lot about making my money go further on my trips. Read my ten tips if you’re neither rich nor poor, but want to maximize your money’s potential when globetrotting.
Photography and travel go together like bread and butter. In the last few years, I went from an amateur travel photographer with just a point-and-shoot to a DSLR-wielding photography enthusiast with thousands of photos from around the globe. So what have I learned along the way? If you’ve ever thought about giving photography a try but have no idea where to start, then this article is just for you.
I’ve learned a thing or two about living overseas in my almost seven years of living and working here in Asia, and now I’d like to share a bit of that wisdom with you. Read these ten tips to learn more about what you can do to have a more positive and rewarding experience living life as an expat.