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410, 2017

6 Tips for How to Take Sharp Photos [Guest Post]

When you finally buy a good camera to capture both the everyday moments and the special moments, your biggest concern becomes how to take sharp photos. In the world of photography, a super sharp photo is known as “tack sharp” which basically means the main subject of the photo is

1206, 2017

Essential photography gadgets & accessories for travel bloggers [Guest Post]

Written by guest contributor George Finlayson Into travel blogging? Make your trips and blogging experience hassle-free by packing portable yet efficient photography gadgets and accessories! Blogging has been on the rise in recent years; a lot of people even use it to make a living. Pair it up with one

2404, 2017

Christin’s 3 Best Phone Photography Tips (travel edition)

Hey there, it's Christin. I'm currently on a little trip to Europe to visit family and friends and although I brought my DSLR with me, I don't always have it on my which is why I often use my good old iPhone to capture the beautiful places I got the

304, 2017

How to Take Better Cherry Blossom Photos [Updated]

Clouds of white and pink hovering over street walks have finally arrived in Vancouver. Of course, cherry blossoms will inspire many of us to take out our cameras and photograph away. We want to give you a few helpful tips that will make the cherry blossoms look as beautiful as they

1503, 2017

Save $30 with our Spring Special!

After a record-breaking winter, Vancouver is ready for spring and so are we! Book now (or until the end of April) and pay only $69 (instead of $99) for any photowalk in April! Use the promo code April30 and save $30! Valid on any Canada Place, Historic Gastown, Stanley

2302, 2017

Guest Perspective | Cherry Blossom Photowalk

By Joyce Chua My photography of the cherry blossoms has always been somewhat in vain; I’m taking pictures in passing, when I’m waiting for the bus, or when I happen upon a row of trees and have a moment to spare. Needless to say, I was thrilled to hear that Vancouver

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