From the Canadian Rockies to Finland’s Lake District, we searched Instagram for seven stargazers who've turned staying up all night into an art form.
Travel photographer Peter West Carey shares his tips on how to make meaningful connections through photography.
Join us on a journey to the planet's most breathtaking places and celebrate the world's most magnificent landscapes.
Grab your camera and take a bite out of the Big Apple with photographer Peter West Carey as he shares tips and tricks for shooting one of the world's greatest subjects!
Travel photographer Peter West Carey shares his top six tips for taking photos in bright sun. Pack up these great lessons and take them along on your next journey!
It’s time to step up your insta-game. Knowing which filter to use, and what effect it will create, will go a long way to improving your travel photos.
At G Adventures, showing you the world is kind of what we do. Now, we're taking to the skies. Meet Otto, the G Adventures remote unmanned aerial vehicle, and find out how we earned our wings
Adventure photographer Krystle Wright shares her tips on how to make you photography more engaging, by telling a story
Giving back while traveling can be one of the most rewarding experiences any of us receive when getting off our couch and heading into the vast, exciting world. As a photographer, I look for ways in which my skill and trade can help benefit the world through which I travel, and that is why I [&hellip
Peter West Carey lays out some pros and cons for so you can make a more informed decision on your next trip
Hello everyone! It’s time for another travel photography tip. In the past, I have given you tips for taking photos of waterfalls, Machu Picchu, the Taj Mahal, and while on an African Safari. Can’t make it to one of those once-in-a-lifetime locations? I have a photo tip that will work for you on your next [&hellip
Iceland: The name sounds cold, for sure, but this Nordic island is full of some of the warmest people you've ever met. If you need a demonstration, then look no further than our brand-spankin'-new-for-2014 Local Living Iceland - Northern Lights & Reykjavík trip.
This post may not be as much about the Great Wall of China as it is about looking at things differently. When shooting a massive landmark such as the Great Wall, at 8,851.8km (5,500 mi) in length, it can be very easy to just photograph the hell out of it. Any of these tips could [&hellip
Follow along with Greg Snell as he covers some 3500km, travelling the spine of the Australian continent and the famed Outback on this Visual Adventure
We’ve featured Chefchaouen before on the G Adventures blog — most recently, it appeared in our weekly photo contest wrap-up, when its beautiful medina appeared alongside other “blue-themed” submissions. But the city, high above the Sahara in the Rif mountains of Morocco’s north, merits a photoessay all its own. The bigger city of Chefchaouen is [&hellip
With its vast savannas, intriguing tribal culture and rich wildlife, Kenya is the East Africa that many dream of. The country stretches from the arid grasslands of Masai Mara to the misty lakes of Nakuru and the looming peak of Mount Meru
The Silk Road of Western China and Central Asia elicit romantic notions of explorers on camelback gliding through the desert looking to barter their wares for exotic spices and silk. Connecting the East with the West, the Silk Road was a superhighway for cultural exchange and is today one of the most sought-after travel experiences [&hellip
Western Canada is an enormous tract of land which encompasses almost everything west of the province of Ontario. It includes the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast of British Columbia. It has a very different cultural vibe from what you get in other parts of Canada. It is [&hellip
Sailing might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Turkey, but here at G Adventures, we'd like to change that. We've got a couple of lovely Turkey sailing trips that are beyond perfect for sun, sand, and of course, photo ops
A journey around Ireland knows rolling carpets of absolute green yielding to rugged stonewashed cliffs that point to the edges of the earth. It knows open roads and narrowing hedgerows tracing through hills, ending in a coastline whose winds blow so strong they'll stop you in your tracks