Photo Walks

A Day in Siem Reap – The Timelapse Film

A Day in Siem Reap – The Timelapse Film

Max Palmer, a British film-maker, has been living and working in Siem Reap Cambodia for the past 9 months. During his time there, as a side project, he has been working on a timelapse film which documents the diverse and electric vibe of this beautiful town. This is the first film of it’s kind in Siem Reap: For more information about this video, and about Max and his time here, please visit ... »

30 of the Best HDR Travel Photos of 2013

30 of the Best HDR Travel Photos of 2013

High-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI or HDR) is a set of methods used in imaging and photography to capture a greater dynamic range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging methods or photographic methods. HDR images can represent more accurately the range of intensity levels found in real scenes, from direct sunlight to faint starlight, and is often cap... »

Why It’s Possible to Go Around the World in Under a Day

Why It’s Possible to Go Around the World in Under a Day

Shenzhen, China has become a special city for me. Despite the mishaps that we had to encounter from our tour, the state was still a momentous one because of the illustrious ‘Window of the World’ theme park. The well-known site has about 130 miniature replicas of the most famous tourist attractions all over the globe. Exploring the 48-hectare land can be done in a day. But we only got to see at lea... »

A Photo Tour Stockholm’s ‘World’s Longest Art Exhibition’ Metro Station Art

A Photo Tour Stockholm’s ‘World’s Longest Art Exhibition’ Metro Station Art

Dubbed the “world’s longest art exhibition”, the Stockholm metro system is a futuristic subterranean wonderland of awe-inspiring design. The first line opened back in 1950, and today the metro has 100 stations in use. The whole metro system is 105.7 kilometres (65.7 miles) long and is comprised of three different lines color networks. The first piece of underground art was introduced in 1957. Toda... »