A few weeks ago I spent a few days in Jordan and one of the highlights of the trip was a day and night spent among the impressive rock formations of Wadi Rum.
It was a really hazy day unfortunately so photography wasn’t exactly as good as I wanted it to be, but I did manage to get a couple of photographs I was happy with. Probably my favourite is the image above, which you might have seen already a couple of weeks ago when I tweeted about it as it was one of the editor’s pick for the National Geographic Traveler Contest. Unfortunately, I didn’t win any prizes in the end, but if you have a few moments have a look at the winning images as there are some great shots there.
If you noticed, initially I submitted the image in colour, but now when I was preparing it for the blog, I decided that it works better in black and white. As always I would love to hear what you think.
As I've been promising for a while, it's time to finally announce the second travel photography adventure for this year, which will happen in Ethiopia. The Iceland adventure I'm running in July is now sold out and Ethiopia will happen at the end of September / beginning of October. This one,...
My travel photography workshop in Madagascar is fast approaching and there are now only three months to go until I will be meeting everybody in Antananarivo, ready for an 11 day adventure through this beautiful country. As I've mentioned in my read more
Just doing traveling photography does not always pay for the rent so here is a look at the other side of my photography. I am an award-winning commercial and corporate photographer based in Dubai, UAE, specializing in architectural and interior photography as well as corporate and environmental portraits.