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Tatacoa desert, Colombia.
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The Inca Trail -  @Perú InsideOut

Adventurers, backpackers, and trekkers come to the Inca Trail from around the world. This trail into one of the Seven Wonders of the World is coveted and permits to access it are limited (500 hundred per day). For this reason, you need to book the trip well in advance, at least four months before departure. Normally, guided tours are year-round (with the exception of February, when the trail is closed for maintenance). Also, expect to find a slippery, muddy, and difficult hike during the rainy season (December to April). This can make the experience more rewarding, though, and your achievement greater!

The hike is not easy and you should be physically prepared for the The Inca Trail trek.

At Perú Inside Out, we ask all trekkers not to litter along the way, and not to leave graffiti on stones or trees. Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail are unique, legendary, and astonishingly lovely destinations – not to mention, the testimony of a lost civilization that we need to protect.

‪#‎PeruInsideOut‬ ‪#‎Viaggio‬ ‪#‎Cusco‬ ‪#‎InkaTrail‬ ‪#‎Peru‬ ‪#‎Tour‬

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TTIM 27 – Living The Nomadic Life with Flemming Bo Jensen

Many people dream of quitting their day jobs, leaving everything behind and living a life of full-time travel. Very few people actually resolve to do it.

My guest for this episode of the podcast, Flemming Bo Jensen, is one of the few who did.
Many people dream of quitting their day jobs, leaving everything behind and living a nomadic life of full-time travel. Very few people actually resolve to do it. My guest for this episode of the podcast, Flemming Bo Jensen, is one of the few who did. Flemming Bo is an official Fujifilm X-photographer from Denmark who only comes out at night. He is a music photographer and all his work is done in dark clubs and venues. Music, especially electronic...
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TTIM 24 – Cuba With Doug Kaye

I have to admit I’ve always been a big fan of my guest for this week’s episode of the podcast, +Doug Kaye. I have been following Doug’s work since when he was an IT expert and author, a renowned podcaster, and as of late, an excellent photographer. So it was a great pleasure and honor for me to finally be able to talk to him personally.

Beginning his visual explorations in his father’s wet darkroom, Doug earned a degree in theatrical lighting design at U.C. Berkeley in the ’60s and studied cinematography at NYU’s Graduate Institute of Film and Television in the ’70s. In the ’80s he began a two-decade hiatus from photography, when he started a system-software company that he ran for 18 years. He sold that business in 1996 and decided to work his way down the corporate ladder, service as CTO of four dot-com startups in four years. He retired in 2000, wrote two technology books and started a non-profit podcasting network.

Doug got back into photography in 2008. A trip to Kenya convinced him nature photography wasn’t for him, and Iceland cured him of his interest in landscape. For the past two years, Doug has focused almost exclusively on street photography, even reverting to film on occasion. Doug teaches photography locally in San Francisco and online, and was chosen as an Inception Master in Trey Ratcliff’s “Arcanum.” He leads street-photography workshops locally and in Cuba, which he has visited five times. Doug is the co-host of the All About the Gear podcast on the TWiP network.

I have also been planning to visit Cuba for a long time, but for reasons that are too long to explain here, never made that particular trip. Now, after hearing about it from someone who is an expert about the island country and seeing his photographs of it, I am getting inspired again. I would certainly love to be on one of Doug’s workshops, when I go there.

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I have to admit I’ve always been a big fan of my guest for this week’s episode of the podcast, Doug Kaye. I have been following Doug’s work since when he was an IT expert and author, a renowned podcaster, and
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TTIM 21 – Travel Writing with Jens Lennartsson

My guest for this episode of The Traveling Image Makers podcast is Swedish travel photographer +Jens Lennartsson.

I got to know Jens through some articles he had published online and I immediately became a fan of his writing and of his photography. I though he has some truly inspiring opinions on the subjects of travel photography, writing, and visual storytelling, so I asked him to be a guest on my show. He graciously accepted and we recorded this conversation shortly afterwards.
My guest for this episode of The Traveling Image Makers podcast is Swedish travel photographer Jens Lennartsson. I got to know Jens through some articles he had published online and I immediately became a fan of his writing and of his photography. I though he has some truly inspiring opinions on the subjects of travel photography, writing, and visual storytelling, so I asked him to be a guest on my show. He graciously accepted and we recorded thi...
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TTIM 20 – Heart of Africa with Natalia Stone

I don’t think many people have ever been to Chad. I don’t even think many people would be able to pinpoint the location of Chad on a map of the world. However no location is so remote, inhospitable, and dangerous that it is able to scare away somebody who has the thirst for adventure and exploration that +Natalia Stone has.

Listen to my interview with Natalia to learn all about the wild beauty of the Sahara, the tribes of the Omo Valley, the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, and the harsh life of the salt traders of northern Ethiopia.
Natalia Stone is a travel photographer based in New York. Her passion for adventure and photography has taken her to over 40 countries and some of the most remote corners of the world. Whether standing on a rim of an active volcano in Ethiopia, photographing the northern lights in Norway or navigating through glacial waters of Greenland, her goal is to capture the moment and tell a story of the incredible treasures our planet holds.
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TTIM 18 – Being Creative with Deborah Sandidge

+Deborah Sandidge is known for her creative approach to travel photography. She is a professional photographer specializing in world travel and artistic imagery. Her passion and skill with creative techniques such as long exposure, time-lapse, and blue hour photography has earned the respect and admiration of both corporate clients and peers.
Deborah Sandidge is known for her creative approach to travel photography. She is a professional photographer specializing in world travel and artistic imagery. Her passion and skill with creative techniques such as long exposure, time-lapse, and blue hour photography has earned the respect and admiration of both corporate clients and peers.
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TTIM 16 – Jim Zuckerman

Here is the second interview I did while I was in Venice for the carnival. I was introduced to +Jim Zuckerman by my other guest, Robin Yong and of course I asked if I could interview him.

Jim was very kind as he invited me over to his hotel for a coffee and a fifteen-minute talk on the sofa, that you can listen to in audio and watch in video below.
Here is the second interview I did while I was in Venice for the carnival. I was introduced to Jim Zuckerman by my other guest, Robin Yong and of course I asked if I could interview him. Jim was very kind as he invited me over to his hotel for a coffee and a fifteen-minute talk on the sofa, that you can listen to in audio and watch in video below.
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Tingbin Tang

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TTIM 12 – Exploring the Frontier With +Justin Balog and +Armando Martinez

For this episode of The Traveling Image Makers podcast I invited two long time friends, Justin and Armando and we talked at length about exploring the frontier.

Check out the podcast and remember to leave us a review on iTunes. Thank you.
For this episode of The Traveling Image Makers podcast I invited two long time friends, Justin Balog and Armando Martinez. Justin and Armando are famous as the founders of The Photo Frontier, “a fellowship of explorers, guided by creative principles,
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Roberto D'Amico

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ALPACA vs LLAMA, What are the Differences?

Many people are confused about the differences between alpacas and llamas. They are both Camelids from South America. We understand how confusing it may be, but there are distinct differences. Both are so tender and helpless.

Comment which is cutest!! +PeruInsideOut #Alpacas #Llamas

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Roberto D'Amico

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Bolivia's Uyuni Salt Flats - Salar de Uyuni en Bolivia

Only need a camera and imagination! Below you will see some of the images to get inspired.

Choose your favourite photo! #PeruInsideOut
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Ugo Cei

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TTIM 26 – Patagonia with Sean Bagshaw

Patagonia, the southernmost portion of the American continent, is a land of stunning beauty, unspoilt wilderness and extreme weather. As of recent, it has also become one of the most sought-after destinations for landscape photographers. Having recently read +Sean Bagshaw's article about his trip to Patagonia, I wanted to know more, so I asked him to be my guest on the show and to tell us about that remote land.
Patagonia, the southernmost portion of the American continent, is a land of stunning beauty, unspoilt wilderness and extreme weather. As of recent, it has also become one of the most sought-after destinations for landscape photographers. Having recently read Sean Bagshaw’s
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TTIM 23 – Across America in a Campervan with +Cherie McKay

Melbournian to the heart, divorced mum of four boys, Cherie is an entrepreneur, photographer and writer. She ventured into photography after spending over ten years in the corporate sector but quickly realised the world didn’t need another portrait photographer – instead the world needed beautiful camera bags specifically designed for women.

My guest for this episode of the podcast is Cherie McKay. Melbournian to the heart, divorced mum of four boys, Cherie is an entrepreneur, photographer and writer. She ventured into photography after spending over ten years in the corporate sector
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Urban Morocco, Part II – People

The second part of my series about the cities of Morocco.

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Morocco, a country seemingly out of time and space, boasts a population of over 33 million people. It offers a unique ethnic diversity, which weaves together a rich tapestry of Arab, indigenous Ber…
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TTIM 19 – Let’s Be Honest with Paul Pichugin

I have known Australian travel and landscape photographer +Paul Pichugin for a few years and I was always attracted by his positive personality and admired him for his work and his huge success on social media. It was therefore a big surprise for me to read about the struggles and doubts he described in one of his recent blog posts, Let’s Be Honest.

As I think Paul’s difficulties are common to many photographers, who sometimes find it hard to translate popularity into real business, I wanted to interview him for the podcast and I am truly happy that he accepted to be my guest and open his heart once more to talk about art, business, social media and their relationship.

We didn’t just talk about the business side of things, of course, but we chatted at length about Paul’s recent trip to Antarctica, which is such a fascinating and sought-after destination for photographers. If you ever intend to go there, you should definitely listen to this episode.

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Paul Pichugin is a landscape & travel photographer based in the South West of Western Australia. Paul loves to travel, experiencing other cultures, connecting with people and exploring new places. His photography has been featured in international publications and is regularly used in national and international tourism campaigns. Paul is a contributor to several photography and travel publications.
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TTIM 17 – Shiv Verma on Education

Have you ever thought about attending a travel photography workshop? If you would ever consider doing it, what would you expect to get out of it and what qualities do you think a good workshop instructor should have?

We discussed these and other topics with renowned educator and travel photographer, +Shiv Verma.
An interview with renowned photography workshop instructor and traveler Shiv Verma on the value of education for photographers.
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TTIM 14 – Anna Tenne and the Limbless Man

When I first read the story of how a photographer traveled through Asia with a limbless man, I knew I had to interview that photographer. Luckily for me and for you, my dear listeners, that photographer, Anna Tenne, graciously accepted to be my guest and to tell the story of how she decided to embark on a journey that changed her life forever.

Anna is an Australian photographer that has spent the last 10 years traveling the world. She’s had many unique experiences from living in remote Hill-tribe villages, riding ostriches, walking 25km just to eat cheese-cake and diving with sharks – always living to tell the tale. Obviously. She absolutely loves meeting and photographing people but hates wearing shoes.
When I first read the story of how a photographer traveled through Asia with a limbless man, I knew I had to interview that photographer. Luckily for me and for you, my dear listeners, that photographer, Anna Tenne, graciously accepted to
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TTIM 13 – Giving Back with Ralph Velasco | The Traveling Image Makers

The latest episode of the podcast is out!

This week, my guest is travel photography instructor, author and international guide +Ralph Velasco.

Enjoy and share... and when I say share, I really mean it. Thanks.
Travel photography instructor, author and international guide Ralph Velasco has organized and led a variety of cultural tours around the world, including to Egypt, Mexico’s Copper Canyon, Bhutan, Nepal, Cambodia, Iceland, Central Europe, Morocco, Vietnam, the Adriatic, Romania, Turkey, Spain,
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