Beach

Photographer Using Drone Spots Shark Approaching His Family – Photography Article

During a family outing to the beach last week, photographer Dan Watson decided to take his drone up for a little aerial photography practice—and it’s a good thing he did. While framing up a photo of his family splashing around near the shore, he spotted a large shadow swimming right towards them. It only took him a split second to realize that the shadow was a shark, and start yelling for his family to get out of the water. All…

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Beach Photographs – How not to make them boring – Timelapse Travels – Time.Lapse Photography Article

Shooting landscapes or timelapses at the beach is one of the most difficult things to do in my opinion in travel photography. This is beacause the beach and a sunrise/sunset are so beautiful but the images can be so boring! Here are my two tips: 1) Explore the beach about 2 hours before sunset and find a composition 2) Photograph a foreground element that tells a story with the sunset How often do you just see the image of water,…

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Unfinished Wanderings – Photobook Photography Article

Twenty years ago I was swept off my feet. Not by a girl, but by the incredible feeling of riding waves. My love affair began during a study year abroad in California; one of the original playgrounds of an ever growing tribe of people who define themselves as surfers. A love that drove me away from careers and girlfriends and towards two decades of global travel spanning three continents. The feeling of warmth as you paddle vigorously towards the shoreline…

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“The Beach” In Jeddah – Photobook Photography Article

A best selling novel called “The Beach” by Alex Garland features a lead character in a lengthy, dangerous search for a perfect stretch of sand in Thailand. Whilst locating “Silversands” beach in Jeddah wasn’t death defying, we did abandon our search on first attempt, and eventually recruited a Filipino boat captain from the Marina to help us on the second attempt. European bikini clad girls at “Silversands” Saudi “Silversands” is located in North Obhur, about 45km outside of Jeddah Old…

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A Day at Baher Villas, Al Khobar – Photobook Photography Article

Baher Villas is situated 40km outside of Dammam in the Half Moon Bay area of Al Khobar. It offers rooms (1000 SAR for 2 people), larger villas (for up to 10 people) and the option of day entrance (100 SAR per person). It’s a pleasant enough place with four swimming pools, a reasonable beach, plenty of plastic chairs, lots of shade and a relaxed compound style atmosphere. Two large walls either side of the property give visitors a real sense…

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  Artistic Adventurer – Teri Lou: Morning Has Broken – iPhone Photography Article

Morning has BrokenAs I sit in my warm car in between rain squalls I am looking out at the Okarito Lagoon. The air is moist and everything is cast in gray, a stark contrast to the brilliant greens in the gorge the day before. The mood is quiet and still, even with the birds fluttering about. Among some brilliant mountain peaks that were meant for a less cloudy perfect sunset location. However even last night the showers and mist prevented a peak…

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