Introduce yourself & share your travel photography links

Welcome to the Travel Photography group!

Introduce yourself here and share some of your work. I'll get it started.

I'm an American travel photographer originally from Detroit, USA. I'm currently based in South Africa shooting for the tourism industry and building my Stocksy portfolio.

You can find me here:

http://...

Hey!

I’m new to fstoppers! I would love to become a freelance travel photographer one day, just unsure how to begin right now! I’m travelling around Europe currently so taking lots of pictures and getting more practice!
I have more pictures here on my flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/129314723@N03/albums

Any tips and feedback...

Candy - First post on Fstoppers

Hi, I'm a travel photographer who just joined Fstoppers community. Long time fan of Fstoppers Youtube channel and their tutorials.

Proud to join this great community today! This is my first post here, shot couple of weeks back in Manarola while traveling in Italy.

Any thoughts and suggestions are welcome :)

A beginner took a picture from the sky above Japan

Hi

I will excuse poor English.

I am a beginner's illustration letter working.

This is a picture taken from Kyoto in Japan in sky.

The is here

https://kotour.work/wp-admin/customize.php

If you are a professional cameraman, would not you be able to shoot more amazing photos?

So I posted it.

North America, Europe and Japan

I became aware of this group from an article that Hillary wrote.

I mostly do real estate and architectural photography plus portraits and fashion in Melbourne Australia.. I have a four month trip coming up soon and going to have a lot of free time on my hands. I’m hoping to do some tfp fashion work plus a bit of architecture and just...

Citylights

Hi friends,

I am new to this group and I am a hobbyist photographer as of now. However, I want to take my photography skills to next level by learning new things and make photography as my full-time career.
Please let me know what you guys think of this picture.

New to the group, probably out of the norm.

While hauling cable spools from a small town outside of Houston to another small town in eastern Missouri, I stopped at the Winstar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, OK to meet up with one of my real deal truckin' friends. I started out a few years ago just pictures of trucks but within the past few months I've discovered I really enjoy...

The Cormorant fisherman

I had planned this picture for quite a while and on the day I took a motor raft up the Li River with an interpreter at 3 am hoping the capture pictures during the blue hour. It was almost a disaster due to condensation forming on the lens. I had placed the cameras and lenses in zip lock bags to get them acclimatized but took them out to early...

Amateur Amsterdam Photo

Hi there! I’m just starting out with photography and I wanted to share some photos with the group! I took this in Amsterdam, I forgot my camera this day so the quality isn’t as good as it could have been

Amateur photogragher and videographer

I took this shot while I was in Berlin last year (I think?) and I just recently touched it up in Lightroom which is new to me since I am upgrading from VSCO, Filmborn and Afterlight. Let me know what you guys think, I welcome all criticism!

Rio de Janeiro

I've recently traveled to Rio de Janeiro and in the middle of all the pictures I've taken, I've chosen this one for you to leave a feedback.... davegetaway

Myanmar - the country of gold

Hi everyone!

My name is Reto. I'm 21 years old and come from Zurich, Switzerland. I work as an IT teacher in a big computer company and started taking pictures 2 years ago.

Last December I had the chance to make a trip to Myanmar.I would like to show you some pictures of my Trip.

I was traveling in Myanmar for four weeks. I...

Dual Tarmacs

My name is Loretta, I'm a photographer in Montreal, Canada

Looking out the window next to my gate at the Orlando International Airport, I found it hard to capture this tableau in one shot so, I decided to split it up and found, surprisingly, that I quite liked it this way.