Travel Photography That Tells a Story

Travel Photography That Tells a Story

If you travel, do you tell stories with your travel photography? Those incredible places and even more interesting people we meet all have a story to tell, but how do you find that story?

Jamie’s talk at the The Royal Photographic Society, Exploitation vs Empathy: Photographing Different Cultures, takes a look at our travels from Turkey to Indonesia via Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, Yemen, Oman, India, The Maldives, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. It is also a journey through his development as a photographer through our sometimes intimate glimpse into many different cultures.

banta Island

The talk was held online on Sunday 21st January, peppered throughout with images we’ve never published before. Here are a few, but can you guess where they were taken? For more, please watch the episode available on YouTube.

Travel Photography That Tells a Story

Alley Boys

Travel Photography That Tells a Story

My Chicken is The Best

Travel Photography That Tells a Story

The Most Colourful Country In The World

Travel Photography That Tells a Story

Climbing The Slippery Pole

We hope you enjoy Jamie’s story.

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