Living by Experience - Travel and Photography Lifestyle Magazine
Is it time to actually do something with your travel photographs?
Travel blogging is an amazing way to experience the things that very few will ever get to try. You...
A simple guide to share and print your own favorite vacation photos
I’m often asked if I can print a picture someone took themselves. Understandably so: each limited edition photograph I...
The story behind the Lady in Red
This image takes me back to Paris. It was late summer of 2011 and I went back to Europe...
What Carl Jung, photography and creative writing have in common
Do you think that creative writing is something you can learn? Many of the aspiring authors who join my Write a Book in a Week program ask me this question. They know they have a story to tell. Most of them are afraid they don’t have what it takes... Read more
Getting The Best Angle In Sports And Action Photography
Of all the kinds and styles of photography being practiced today, sports (and action) photography is probably the most exciting – not to mention the most difficult – of all. Since this kind of photography involves so much speed and action, photographing your subjects requires much more than the... Read more
Smartphone Photography: How To Capture The Perfect Photo Using Your Mobile Phone
Photography is more than pointing a camera in the direction of the subject and taking the photo. The same goes for smartphone photography. Your phone just becomes the camera, and some fulfill that role pretty well. In smartphone photography, we still use composition, focal point, foreground, background, slants, frames,... Read more
New Wild Life Photography Gallery

Life is much more beautiful to me when looking through the camera lens.
Explore the new Wild Life prints for sale in my online gallery.

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Is it time to actually do something with your travel photographs?
Travel blogging is an amazing way to experience the things that very few will ever get to try. You get to see exotic places, make new friends and meet new people from all over the world and do something that most people can only dream of. The trick is funding... Read more
What I Learned About Myself Through Travel Photography
When this edition goes to press it’s almost been a year since I last boarded my last plane ride. Days later, travel came to a grinding halt because of the COVID19 pandemic. Then today, nearly a year later, we find ourselves in that time when things “for sure” would... Read more
Photography: A Thousand Lies In One Image
A photograph is worth a thousand words, but photoshop can produce a thousand lies. Life is much more beautiful to me when looking through the camera lens. To me, photography is not what I see, it is what I let others see. It’s the beauty of life, captured in... Read more
Are you getting the best use out of your camera?

I see a lot of fellow travellers who are trying to capture some amazing scenery or city skyline with a decent camera, while shooting on “full auto” – sometimes even with flash. It makes me cringe a little every time. It’s like buying a Porsche (or another fancy sports car brand of your choice) but only driving it in first gear around the block.

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Travel and scenic photography 101
When you are driving through the Canadian Rocky Mountains, somewhere near Banff National Park, and you notice a black SUV parked half off the road and some Dutch guy leaning to the left to avoid a branch with his camera in the act of getting that perfect angle, you have met me.... Read more
Weddings and funerals

People tend to be at their best-worst behaviour at weddings and funerals. These two major life events bring out the best in us.

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