People are curious about what is involved in taking a photography tour. "Am I expert enough? Will it be too technical? What do the days look like?" These are some of the typical questions we get from inquiring or first time photo tour travelers. If you haven't experienced this type of trip before you will be pleasantly surprised at the combined creatively and activity involved. Take a look here to our responses to some of your inquisitive questions:
In our fragile world, your photography and your travel dollars make a difference. Photo travelers help save the puma, the jaguar, and many other beautiful creatures and places, because our tourism dollars help local conservation efforts and our photos communicate that animals and beautiful places matter. Your camera is not only your passport to the world, it is a tool that you can use to help protect our planet.
The winter of 2014-15 proved to be one of the wildest for the United States and Canada. Parts of the West experienced some of the warmest and least snowy conditions, while the East suffered the snowiest and coldest winters on record.