Product of the Week: Ollo Clip

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By Natalie DiScala I recently attended the LA Times Travel Show and got to meet lots of great people in the travel industry and was introduced to a variety of fun new products. One of my favourites: The Ollo Clip. What is it? The Ollo Clip is a small three-in-one lens that easily snaps on […]

Video of the Week: Scientists capture epic ‘fish tornado’

Scientists capture epic 'fish tornado'

I posted a photo from National Geographic’s photo contest on my Facebook page and it garnered hundreds of likes. Well, I just found video (24 seconds) of behind the scenes of the David and Goliath image. It was taken at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico by photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto while he […]

Best Photo Tip Contest – Congrats to Our Winner!

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We asked you send in your best photography tips for a chance to win Adobe Lightroom 4, and we’ve chosen out favorite. So congratulations to Fran from La Canada, California. Here’s her tip along with an added piece of advice: Offset your subject – not always putting it in the center of the frame can […]

Website of the Week: StuckInCustoms.com

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As a traveler I love taking pictures and sharing them with my family, friends and followers. I thought my photos were pretty good until I discovered this blog by Trey Ratcliff. His photos are absolutely amazing so it doesn’t surprise me that his blog has become the number one travel photography blog on the Internet. […]

Papua New Guinea

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By Francis DiScala Jr.: Everything is starting to feel the same. I can’t tell the difference between Disney World and Venice. Cultural adventure is harder to find. And for that very reason alone it is worth the 15-hour flight and the expense to travel to the other side of the world. But for surfers, divers, […]