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Travel and photography discussions with pro photographers, travel industry professionals and photographers like you!

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TWiP is BACK! 501

In this show @Frederick Van Johnson @Steve Brazill and @PhotoJoseph briefly discuss TWiP’s hiatus, then tear into GoPro and the failure of their Karma Drone. Then we’ll discuss low-light photography tips and finally we’ll round things out with a panel discussion around their favorite cameras. 1. NEWS: GOPRO QUITS THE DRONE BUSINESS & CES PICKS GoPro fires hundreds of employees and says the Karma drone will be the last drone it ever makes. 2. GEAR: PANASONIC GH5S, SONY, CANON & NIKON(?) What camera gear are you shooting with, and why? We’ll discuss our current gear choices as well as the latest offerings from Panasonic Lumix, Sony, Canon and Nikon(?). 3. TECHNIQUE: CONQUERING LOW-LIGHT SITUATIONS One of the biggest challenges facing any photographer is the problem of making images in challenging lighting situations. And one of the most challenging situations is low-light. In this segment we will discuss some techniques for taming the shadow beast, no matter what gear you have. ht...

87 MIN2018 JAN 20
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TWiP is BACK! 501

Where is Your Itinerary?!

As you may have noticed, the Your Itinerary show on the TWiP Network featuring Rob Knight has been dormant for a while. So, I’ve got some good news, and of course some bad news to tell you. First the bad news — Rob Knight has moved on from the show to focus on some other things. And though he’s still 100% a friend of — and loved by TWiP, he will no longer be hosting our Your Itinerary podcast. The good news is, the show is not gone! In fact, We’ve taken this opportunity to revamp the whole thing, with a new format, a new host and some really exciting new content. This new show will no longer be called Your Itinerary, rather it'll be called something entirely new and fresh. To get this new show, there’s no need to resubscribe if you’re already subscribed to Your Itinerary. Look for new episodes to start appearing in this feed mid-to-late January. And leading up to the shows launch, myself and our mysterious new host will be revealing details about this exciting new addition to...

1 MIN2015 DEC 30
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Where is Your Itinerary?!

Your Itinerary 38: Jay Dickman and the Visual Narrative

` Jay Dickman is a storyteller Jay Dickman is probably the guy you picture when you think “Travel Photographer”. Jay has been everywhere and he’s been telling stories with photographs longer than a lot of you have been alive! Jay started as a newspaper photographer, won a Pulitzer Prize and ended up working for National Geographic. Like I said, he knows a thing or two about telling stories with photos! I had a lot of fun meeting Jay and doing this interview, and I hope you enjoy it too! Jay Dickman Links: Website At GetOlympus

57 MIN2015 JUL 24
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Your Itinerary 38: Jay Dickman and the Visual Narrative

Your Itinerary 37: Roamin with Roman Kurywczak

` Roman Kurywczak takes his photography personally. Roman Kurywczak is a professional nature photographer and workshop leader based in New Jersey. Roman doesn’t wear the typical nature photographer uniform, and he generally marches to the beat of his own drum. I think that’s why Roman has built such a loyal following for his tours and workshops. He makes great photos, he’s happy to help you make great photos and he doesn’t put on airs. Roman’s "Roamin' with Roman" photo workshops feature small groups and subjects like landscapes, bird photography and shooting the Milky Way. It’s hard to beat a workshop where you will only share the instructor with THREE other photographers! Check out Roman’s workshops and join up if you have the chance! Roman Kurywczak Links: Roman with Roman photo tours Roman at Sigma USA

29 MIN2015 JUL 9
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Your Itinerary 37: Roamin with Roman Kurywczak

Your Itinerary 36: Peyton Hale from Landscape to Travel

` Peyton Hale is not just a landscape photographer. Peyton Hale is known for his beautiful landscape photography, but his work on the road over the last few years has turned his eye toward travel photography. Peyton is one of the trip leaders for the Giving Lens. He quickly realized during these trips that the people were often the most important subjects. We all shoot what interests us. Some photographers start by shooting people, but some of us (I’m definitely in this camp) work our way into it. Peyton is still shooting beautiful landscapes, but he spends just as much time shooting portraits these days. Be sure to check out the Giving Lens. It’s a great way to improve your photography and make a difference in people’s lives at the same time. Peyton Hale Links: Website Instagram The Giving Lens

31 MIN2015 JUL 1
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Your Itinerary 36: Peyton Hale from Landscape to Travel

Your Itinerary 35: Levi Sim is Everywhere

`Levi Sim is everywhere! I’ll bet you’ve seen Levi Sim around. He can be found at most big photography events like Photoshop World and Out of Chicago. He is also a prolific contributor to PhotoFocus and co-host of the Lightroom Hangout with Rob Sylvan. You are likely to remember Levi if you’ve met him because he is one of the nicest people I know. He’s one of those guys who always seems relaxed and glad to see you. I’m sure his demeanor is one of the reasons his portrait subjects generally seem happy and relaxed as well. Making pictures on the road can be a stressful endeavor. Working for clients is hard enough without adding travel to the mix. Levi talks about how he handles his assignment work, including the gear he brings and how he packs. I hope you enjoy the interview, and I hope you et the chance to meet Levi at an event near you! Levi Sim Links: LeviSim.com PhotoFocus Twitter Instagram

42 MIN2015 JUN 24
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Your Itinerary 35: Levi Sim is Everywhere

Your Itinerary 34: Don Komarechka Behind the Iron Curtain

` Relics from behind the Iron Curtain. I know the TWiP audience is familiar with Don Komarechka because of his frequent appearances on the mothership. Don is a photographer, educator and author who is known for shooting things that most of us never see. His book Sky Crystals: Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes shows both his eye for beautiful images and his near super-human technical skill. Don was telling me about his upcoming return trip to Bulgaria while we were both on TWiP, and I was blown away by his images of the crumbling Soviet buildings he showed me. Once again, Don had captured beautiful and unusual images of things you and I might never see otherwise. Please watch the video podcast above so you can see the images. It truly looks like a movie set, and it makes me want to head for Eastern Europe! Don Komarechka links: Don's Website Sky Crystals Book

48 MIN2015 JUN 18
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Your Itinerary 34: Don Komarechka Behind the Iron Curtain

Your Itinerary 33: Charles Glatzer in the Wild

` Fine art wildlife photography. Charles Glatzer is a wildlife photographer and workshop leader based in North Carolina. In person he is a no-nonsense guy who obviously has a firm grasp on the fundamentals of photography. His rapport with his students is founded on his years of teaching experience. If you take a look at Charles’ work I think you’ll see that he is not just another wildlife photographer. His images demonstrate a grasp of light and composition that is usually reserved for fine art. Chas is not satisfied with just capturing a sharp photo of an animal. He wants to show you the best possible representation of his subjects. Can you tell I’m a fan of his work?! On top of all that he’s a nice guy and I consider him a friend. Be sure to visit Charles’ website to check out his images and workshops. Charles Glatzer Links: http://www.shootthelight.com

33 MIN2015 JUN 11
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Your Itinerary 33: Charles Glatzer in the Wild

Your Itinerary 32: Lee Starnes in Saigon

` Adventures in Southeast Asia with Lee Starnes What happens when you set out to see the world and never come home? That is sort of what happened to professional photographer Lee Starnes. He traveled through Australia and Southeast Asia and gained experience, an unexpected gig as deputy editor of an online magazine and even a wife! Leetries to capturethe essence of the subjects he photographs. He looks for interesting ways to connect his viewers to the people and places that he shoots. His works for saigoneer.com has helped him develop his storytelling and narrative style. Check out Lee’s work on his personal portfolio site and keep up with the latest news at saigoneer.com. Lee Starnes Links Saigoneer.com Lee Starnes Photo

31 MIN2015 JUN 4
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Your Itinerary 32: Lee Starnes in Saigon

Your Itinerary 31: Travel Gear with Lumoid.com

I don’t remember where I heard about lumoid.com, but I'll admit I wasn't very excited about it at first. I figured it was just another place to rent photo gear online until I saw that they also rented Phantom drones. I was intrigued! Upon further review I saw that this San Francisco based company has a few other unique things to offer. Aarthi Ramamurthy is the founder CEO of lumoid.com. She gave me some interesting insight into how lumoid.com came about and how they differentiate themselves in the crowded field of photography equipment rental. I think things like their photo kits and shipping options make them a very interesting choice for renting photo gear. Check out lumoid.com and try some new gear for your next adventure!

28 MIN2015 MAY 28
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Your Itinerary 31: Travel Gear with Lumoid.com

Latest Episodes

TWiP is BACK! 501

In this show @Frederick Van Johnson @Steve Brazill and @PhotoJoseph briefly discuss TWiP’s hiatus, then tear into GoPro and the failure of their Karma Drone. Then we’ll discuss low-light photography tips and finally we’ll round things out with a panel discussion around their favorite cameras. 1. NEWS: GOPRO QUITS THE DRONE BUSINESS & CES PICKS GoPro fires hundreds of employees and says the Karma drone will be the last drone it ever makes. 2. GEAR: PANASONIC GH5S, SONY, CANON & NIKON(?) What camera gear are you shooting with, and why? We’ll discuss our current gear choices as well as the latest offerings from Panasonic Lumix, Sony, Canon and Nikon(?). 3. TECHNIQUE: CONQUERING LOW-LIGHT SITUATIONS One of the biggest challenges facing any photographer is the problem of making images in challenging lighting situations. And one of the most challenging situations is low-light. In this segment we will discuss some techniques for taming the shadow beast, no matter what gear you have. ht...

87 MIN2018 JAN 20
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TWiP is BACK! 501

Where is Your Itinerary?!

As you may have noticed, the Your Itinerary show on the TWiP Network featuring Rob Knight has been dormant for a while. So, I’ve got some good news, and of course some bad news to tell you. First the bad news — Rob Knight has moved on from the show to focus on some other things. And though he’s still 100% a friend of — and loved by TWiP, he will no longer be hosting our Your Itinerary podcast. The good news is, the show is not gone! In fact, We’ve taken this opportunity to revamp the whole thing, with a new format, a new host and some really exciting new content. This new show will no longer be called Your Itinerary, rather it'll be called something entirely new and fresh. To get this new show, there’s no need to resubscribe if you’re already subscribed to Your Itinerary. Look for new episodes to start appearing in this feed mid-to-late January. And leading up to the shows launch, myself and our mysterious new host will be revealing details about this exciting new addition to...

1 MIN2015 DEC 30
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Where is Your Itinerary?!

Your Itinerary 38: Jay Dickman and the Visual Narrative

` Jay Dickman is a storyteller Jay Dickman is probably the guy you picture when you think “Travel Photographer”. Jay has been everywhere and he’s been telling stories with photographs longer than a lot of you have been alive! Jay started as a newspaper photographer, won a Pulitzer Prize and ended up working for National Geographic. Like I said, he knows a thing or two about telling stories with photos! I had a lot of fun meeting Jay and doing this interview, and I hope you enjoy it too! Jay Dickman Links: Website At GetOlympus

57 MIN2015 JUL 24
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Your Itinerary 38: Jay Dickman and the Visual Narrative

Your Itinerary 37: Roamin with Roman Kurywczak

` Roman Kurywczak takes his photography personally. Roman Kurywczak is a professional nature photographer and workshop leader based in New Jersey. Roman doesn’t wear the typical nature photographer uniform, and he generally marches to the beat of his own drum. I think that’s why Roman has built such a loyal following for his tours and workshops. He makes great photos, he’s happy to help you make great photos and he doesn’t put on airs. Roman’s "Roamin' with Roman" photo workshops feature small groups and subjects like landscapes, bird photography and shooting the Milky Way. It’s hard to beat a workshop where you will only share the instructor with THREE other photographers! Check out Roman’s workshops and join up if you have the chance! Roman Kurywczak Links: Roman with Roman photo tours Roman at Sigma USA

29 MIN2015 JUL 9
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Your Itinerary 37: Roamin with Roman Kurywczak

Your Itinerary 36: Peyton Hale from Landscape to Travel

` Peyton Hale is not just a landscape photographer. Peyton Hale is known for his beautiful landscape photography, but his work on the road over the last few years has turned his eye toward travel photography. Peyton is one of the trip leaders for the Giving Lens. He quickly realized during these trips that the people were often the most important subjects. We all shoot what interests us. Some photographers start by shooting people, but some of us (I’m definitely in this camp) work our way into it. Peyton is still shooting beautiful landscapes, but he spends just as much time shooting portraits these days. Be sure to check out the Giving Lens. It’s a great way to improve your photography and make a difference in people’s lives at the same time. Peyton Hale Links: Website Instagram The Giving Lens

31 MIN2015 JUL 1
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Your Itinerary 36: Peyton Hale from Landscape to Travel

Your Itinerary 35: Levi Sim is Everywhere

`Levi Sim is everywhere! I’ll bet you’ve seen Levi Sim around. He can be found at most big photography events like Photoshop World and Out of Chicago. He is also a prolific contributor to PhotoFocus and co-host of the Lightroom Hangout with Rob Sylvan. You are likely to remember Levi if you’ve met him because he is one of the nicest people I know. He’s one of those guys who always seems relaxed and glad to see you. I’m sure his demeanor is one of the reasons his portrait subjects generally seem happy and relaxed as well. Making pictures on the road can be a stressful endeavor. Working for clients is hard enough without adding travel to the mix. Levi talks about how he handles his assignment work, including the gear he brings and how he packs. I hope you enjoy the interview, and I hope you et the chance to meet Levi at an event near you! Levi Sim Links: LeviSim.com PhotoFocus Twitter Instagram

42 MIN2015 JUN 24
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Your Itinerary 35: Levi Sim is Everywhere

Your Itinerary 34: Don Komarechka Behind the Iron Curtain

` Relics from behind the Iron Curtain. I know the TWiP audience is familiar with Don Komarechka because of his frequent appearances on the mothership. Don is a photographer, educator and author who is known for shooting things that most of us never see. His book Sky Crystals: Unraveling the Mysteries of Snowflakes shows both his eye for beautiful images and his near super-human technical skill. Don was telling me about his upcoming return trip to Bulgaria while we were both on TWiP, and I was blown away by his images of the crumbling Soviet buildings he showed me. Once again, Don had captured beautiful and unusual images of things you and I might never see otherwise. Please watch the video podcast above so you can see the images. It truly looks like a movie set, and it makes me want to head for Eastern Europe! Don Komarechka links: Don's Website Sky Crystals Book

48 MIN2015 JUN 18
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Your Itinerary 34: Don Komarechka Behind the Iron Curtain

Your Itinerary 33: Charles Glatzer in the Wild

` Fine art wildlife photography. Charles Glatzer is a wildlife photographer and workshop leader based in North Carolina. In person he is a no-nonsense guy who obviously has a firm grasp on the fundamentals of photography. His rapport with his students is founded on his years of teaching experience. If you take a look at Charles’ work I think you’ll see that he is not just another wildlife photographer. His images demonstrate a grasp of light and composition that is usually reserved for fine art. Chas is not satisfied with just capturing a sharp photo of an animal. He wants to show you the best possible representation of his subjects. Can you tell I’m a fan of his work?! On top of all that he’s a nice guy and I consider him a friend. Be sure to visit Charles’ website to check out his images and workshops. Charles Glatzer Links: http://www.shootthelight.com

33 MIN2015 JUN 11
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Your Itinerary 33: Charles Glatzer in the Wild

Your Itinerary 32: Lee Starnes in Saigon

` Adventures in Southeast Asia with Lee Starnes What happens when you set out to see the world and never come home? That is sort of what happened to professional photographer Lee Starnes. He traveled through Australia and Southeast Asia and gained experience, an unexpected gig as deputy editor of an online magazine and even a wife! Leetries to capturethe essence of the subjects he photographs. He looks for interesting ways to connect his viewers to the people and places that he shoots. His works for saigoneer.com has helped him develop his storytelling and narrative style. Check out Lee’s work on his personal portfolio site and keep up with the latest news at saigoneer.com. Lee Starnes Links Saigoneer.com Lee Starnes Photo

31 MIN2015 JUN 4
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Your Itinerary 32: Lee Starnes in Saigon

Your Itinerary 31: Travel Gear with Lumoid.com

I don’t remember where I heard about lumoid.com, but I'll admit I wasn't very excited about it at first. I figured it was just another place to rent photo gear online until I saw that they also rented Phantom drones. I was intrigued! Upon further review I saw that this San Francisco based company has a few other unique things to offer. Aarthi Ramamurthy is the founder CEO of lumoid.com. She gave me some interesting insight into how lumoid.com came about and how they differentiate themselves in the crowded field of photography equipment rental. I think things like their photo kits and shipping options make them a very interesting choice for renting photo gear. Check out lumoid.com and try some new gear for your next adventure!

28 MIN2015 MAY 28
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Your Itinerary 31: Travel Gear with Lumoid.com