Kuala Lumpur Photography Guide
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by mibreit
3w ago
Back in September, I traveled through Malaysia for a total of 30 days. During that time, I had three stays in Kuala Lumpur, where I used to photograph its spectacular skyline. In this photography guide, I share the best photo spots I found with tips on how to get to and around Kuala Lumpur. How To Get To Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and also its largest travel hub. If you want to travel through Malaysia, you'll likely fly to Kuala Lumpur International Airport – also KLIA. It lies 60km south of KL's center, which is reachable via several transport options: You can take t ..read more
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Corfu Photography Guide
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by mibreit
2M ago
Remember my last article about Milos? Milos has a very barren landscape, and the fascinating part about it is all the different rock formations. Corfu is another Greek island farther north, close to the Albanian border. In contrast to Milos and the other Cycladic islands, trees cover most of Corfu. Photographing it was much different, as I share in this landscape photography guide. This guide will not cover all of Corfu but will focus on its northwest. We stayed in Liapades for one week, which gave me enough time to visit some of the spectacular beaches and viewpoints in this area. How To Get ..read more
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Milos Photography Guide
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by mibreit
4M ago
In my last photography guide, I focused on the beautiful island of Paros. Today it's time for another island of the Cyclades, Milos. As you'll learn in this article, it's different from Paros, which made it a great next stop on my travels through Greece. I only had three days on Milos, and I could not explore every photo spot on the island. In the west, you'll find places that can only be reached by boat or with an off-road capable vehicle. Kleftiko is one example. Since I didn't fancy a boat tour, and we only had a regular rental car, I decided to skip the west and save it for another time. H ..read more
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Paros Photography Guide
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by mibreit
5M ago
The Cyclades had been on my list of future photo destinations for a long time, and this May, after our two weeks on Crete, it was finally time to explore some of these beautiful islands. Maybe the most popular islands of the Cyclades are Santorini and Mykonos, which we intentionally skipped. They are too crowded for my taste. Instead, we made Paros our first stop, and in this article, I show you some of my favorite photo spots on the island. How To Get to Paros Most of the Cyclades have airports. But only a few are reachable via direct, international flights. For islands like Paros, a stop in ..read more
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Crete Photography Guide
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by mibreit
6M ago
When we decided to visit Crete, the largest of the Greek islands, this May, I was uncertain, if I would find enough subjects to photograph. The main reason for us to visit were the cheap flights, the affordable rental car and accommodation options, and the weather. My research for landscape photography locations came after that. And in this photography guide, I share the result of this research. First things first: I won't be able to cover all of Crete in this article. As I learned quickly, Crete has a lot to offer for landscape photographers who don't mind the effort to get to some photo loca ..read more
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Venice Photography Guide
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by mibreit
7M ago
I've been a photographer for more than ten years and even though Venice has been on my list of future travel destinations for most of that time, only recently did I finally visit this wonderful city. For five days, I explored the maze of narrow alleys, canals, and little bridges that make up the heart of Venice. In this article, I share my experiences as a photography guide. It's not very hard to find good photo spots in Venice. On the different photo-sharing platforms, you can find thousands of photos, and just using Google Maps it's pretty easy to find the places where those were taken. So ..read more
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Ultimate Monitor Calibration Guide
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by mibreit
8M ago
Having a properly calibrated monitor has always been high on my priority list when it comes to photo editing. It's the only way I can ensure that the color and tonality of the photos as I see them on my display look the same on the calibrated display of photographers, editors or customers. And this is key in the professional photography world where photos are sold via multiple outlets for countless different uses. Moreover, I can only do proper soft-proofing for my prints, if I have a calibrated display. So, it should be out of question that we as photographers should edit our photos on a cali ..read more
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Puerto Viejo Photography Guide
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by mibreit
8M ago
After visiting the mountains of Costa Rica and exploring the cloud forest of Monteverde, it was time to return to the coast. We had started our travels through Costa Rica at the Pacific coast of the country and wanted to finish our journey in the east at the Caribbean coast. Based on my research the area around Puerto Viejo looked the most photogenic with seemingly crystal clear water, coral reefs and paradise beaches. In this photography guide I share what I found during the 11 days we spent in the area. We split our time there into three parts, because we also wanted to visit Cahuita, Tortug ..read more
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Monteverde Photography Guide
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by mibreit
8M ago
The last article was all about how to get from La Fortuna to Monteverde and if you haven't read it and plan to do this tour, I recommend to check it out. Here in this Monteverde Photography Guide I now share some interesting photo locations with you and I give tips on getting the most out of them. And to get the most out of Monteverde photographically, make sure to plan in several days in this area. We first stayed for four days down in Santa Elena and then another two up at the Vistaverde Lodge*. This allowed me to explore the area without too much of a rush, focusing on one location at a tim ..read more
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Getting from La Fortuna to Monteverde
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by mibreit
9M ago
In the last article I shared my experience about photographing La Fortuna. While we spent just two days there, for our next stop, Monteverde, we had planned a total of five days. And it was good to have so much time, because unlike La Fortuna Monteverde had a lot more to offer for me as a landscape photographer. But first we had to get from La Fortuna to Monteverde. Different options are available that will get you to Monteverde, including a bus ride via Tilaran of up to 9 hours, a private shuttle or a mixed taxi-boat-taxi tour. In my opinion the easiest way to travel between La Fortuna and Mo ..read more
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