Posts tagged Glenn Guy
How To Write An Artist Statement

The Artist Statement is one of the most important written works a photographer can produce. Standing separate from a business plan the Artist Statement allows you to articulate your own place in the world. It explains the nature of the photography you create, why you do it and what differentiates the images you make. Ultimately, your Artist Statement explains the unique creative journey you’ve embarked upon through the art of photography.

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Ushuaia Patagonia and How to Photograph from a Helicopter

Helicopter flights are great fun. Photographing from a helicopter that’s flying south of Ushuaia, sandwiched between the Martial Mountains in Tierra del Fuego and the Beagle Channel on the southern most tip of South America, can be a memorable part of your own Patagonia adventure.

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Paradise Bay Antarctica

Paradise Bay is one of the most beautiful locations for tourists visiting Antarctica. Paradise Bay, also known as Paradise Harbour, is extremely beautiful and surrounded by huge snow covered cliffs. My time in Antarctica was spent exploring the Antarctic Peninsula as part of a photography group tour I co-ran with Aurora Expeditions.

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Snow Photography At Snow World In Harbin, China

This photo features water channels and a distant bridge at Snow World in the city of Harbin in far northeast China. I spent half a day exploring the expansive Snow World, just outside of Harbin city, and recommend it for anyone wanting to undertake an adventure in snow photography.

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The Power Of Nature Along Australia’s Great Ocean Road

I made this photo in the Port Campbell National Park near the famous Twelve Apostles, along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia.

You might also discover photos that explore weather, textures and shapes may evoke the experience of your Great Ocean Road trip far better than straight documentary photos of iconic landmarks.

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Church of Our Lady Bruges, Belgium

The Church Of Our Lady Bruges is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the old town of Bruges. It’s where you’ll find Michelangelo’s Madonna and Child statue. The old town is easy to explore on foot and every side street offers the traveller with the chance of a new adventure.

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