A Showcase for the Storytelling Power of Travel Images
“The more familiar a place is, the less interesting it is,” Blaine Harrington told us not too long ago. An award-winning travel photographer, Blaine visits Asia frequently, and yet still finds it surprising, intriguing territory, and a source of near-endless picture possibilities.
Travel in Asia is about discovery, as you see first-hand what you’ve only heard about or viewed on screens and in the photographs of others. In Asia you can explore a world that’s very different from your own and bring back photographs that tell the story of what you’ve experienced.
The key, Blaine says, is to think of yourself as a traveler rather than a tourist. “Bring along your curiosity, and strive to learn and discover as you take your pictures. Don’t just document what you see. The more curious you are, the better your pictures and the stories they tell.”
Destination Asia by Blaine Harrington
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