The Photowalker’s Guide – on Manfrotto School of Xcellence
It’s been a busy few weeks for Manfrotto on the internet… not only have we just published the Manfrotto Imagine More website, and a number of product showcase minisites, we’re also proud to let you know that we’ve launched another Manfrotto School of Xcellence project, called The Photowalker’s Guide.
Photowalking is a more informal offshoot of travel photography – a way to set off with friends or fellow photographers to explore and discover new angles in your surroundings. Whether you photowalk in exciting and unfamilar places, or just round the corner from home, the camera gives you the perfect excuse to walk, talk and explore.
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text-align: justify;”>But sometimes, it would be nice to get a few tips and suggestions on where to go and what to photograph from someone who REALLY knows. Michael Freeman is that someone. Michael is a documentary travel photographer for Time Life, GEO and the Smithsonian, who has also published 120 books of photos of his travels round the globe. And he’s one of our Tutors & Contributors… so we approached him to help us with the Photowalker’s Guide and we’re thrilled he said “yes”. Every week he’s sharing his personal favourite photo spots from all over the world, putting them on the map and telling us about what makes each location so special.
Our aim is to build up a unique database of amazing locations, with tips about what to shoot there, from what angle, at what time of day… everything we need to get great travel photos whatever our level! Check out the site, and be prepared to want to charge your camera set off for Cambodia, New York, Tokyo, Paris… or round the block!
Visit the Photowalker’s Guide here!