Ian’s Travel Photography Blog is your source for insights about all things travel and photography. Check back often, to read Ian’s views on travelling for photography, and how he sees things when he’s there.
The Yi Peng Festival is one of the most visually stunning spectacles in Thailand. If you’re in Thailand in November, you must check it out.
Many industries in Thailand have modernized for greater profitability. But the Baan Batt bowl industry is still operated by hand in Bangkok.
Read about the Kayan People, an indigenous tribe in Northern Thailand and Myanmar, and find out what those neck rings are all about.
Thailand has had a long history with elephants, lasting many centuries. Now as Thailand’s pet elephants, they lead a very different life.
Sometimes, the best photos are not in front of you. Read about how I view my surroundings, and about looking back at the Forbidden City.
In Malaysia, many of the cities embrace public art. George Town Art is among the best in the country, and definitely worth a visit to Penang.
Visiting Bali is something everyone should do at least once in their lifetime. When you’re there, be sure to check out the falls at Klungkung.
When it comes to men’s grooming, Vietnam has got it figured out. Pull up a chair on any corner of the city to get a close shave in Hanoi.
The major Vietnam cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City have traffic troubles. If you’ve ever been to these cities, you’ll know what I mean.
It gets pretty hot and humid in Cambodia any time of year. Finding a place to stay cool and dry in Cambodia is something of a challenge.
The Taj Mahal has got to be one of the most visited locations in the world. Read these Taj Mahal Photo Tips and come away with better photos.
Beaches in Yalta are like most along the Black Sea, with no sand to be seen anywhere. Despite the physical hardships, this beach is popular.
Southeast Asia has had its share of shameful and traumatic periods, and the atrocities committed in recent Cambodian history leads that list.
I had an opportunity to do the coveted Phoblographer Interview, and you can read it here – where I share advice for shooting street images.
Ask anyone to name a symbol for Venice, most would reply ‘Gondolas’. And there’s no better time to photograph gondolas than at sunrise.
There’s a lot of children in Bhutan, and almost every kid I’ve seen was smiling. It’s amazing to see so many happy children in one place.
Monks are everywhere in Bhutan, since most males become monks at some point in their lives. The young ones are still playful at heart.
Monks are everywhere in Bhutan. When I was climbing up to the Tiger’s Nest monastery, I came across these 5 monks on a break having a laugh.