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How I Support A Travel Photography Lifestyle
4 months, 3 weeks ago 27
Posted in: Lifestyle

People are often curious to know how I support myself, and the travelling I do, financially. It is, after all, an expensive job. My biggest and main source of income comes from my Post-Processing courses. I feel extremely fortunate to be at a point now where I have a profitable business. It supports my travel, […]

Interconnected - Dubai Junction Light Trails
4 months, 3 weeks ago 17

Leaving Dubai The bribe requested by security to access this roof was fairly typical in Dubai, we were told – 100 dirhams per person. We were limited to 45 minutes, which meant we’d be very pushed for time when blue hour arrived. Nevertheless, despite the time restriction, we all came away with images we were […]

Long Exposure Dubai Skyline
4 months, 3 weeks ago 7
Posted in: Cityscape, Dubai

First Few Days in Dubai We arrived in the concrete jungle of Dubai on Friday afternoon and haven’t stopped shooting since. From winding junctions and terrifying buildings, to one of the most beautiful religious buildings in the world, our cameras have rarely worked so hard. It has all been made possible by the guys at […]

Hong Kong Sunrise - Version 2
5 months, 3 weeks ago 2
Posted in: Cityscape, Hong Kong

5 Weeks of Travelling Sunday marks the beginning of around 5 weeks on the road. The first two weeks my wife and I will be relaxing on the Philippine beaches of Boracay island. After that, however, it’s 100% photography. With 11 days in Dubai, and 11 days in Singapore and Malaysia, it is set to […]

Busan Light Trails - Workflow Included
6 months, 1 week ago 6
Posted in: Cityscape, Korea

Busan Light Trails This is a quick note to say Happy holidays to anyone and everyone who has followed my work this year. I hope 2015 brings you joy and inspiration in all areas of your life! Jimmy McIntyre Workflow Explanation – Busan Light Trails To learn my post-processing techniques, feel free to check out […]

A Lonely Lighthouse - Workflow Included
7 months, 1 week ago 12
Posted in: Korea, Seascape

A Lonely Lighthouse We were running slightly late for sunrise on Sunday morning. It was dark. Most of my photography companions were heading out of the hotel toward the main path. I was being detained, unfortunately. As I walked down the stairs at the back of the group, I found I could no longer move. […]

Busan From Above - Gotham City
8 months, 1 week ago 3
Posted in: Busan, Korea

Busan From Above – Gotham City Standing on the helipad of this colossal building, we knew we had a great vantage point from which to watch, and shoot, the Busan fireworks festival. We thought, however, that the party had been cancelled early when a young security guard came on to the roof to express his […]

An Ancient Japanese Temple - Tower of Yasaka
8 months, 2 weeks ago 0

Dropping My Camera In a narrow, dark Kyoto street I sat on the floor, composing an image. A noise behind me forced me to look over my should, to make sure there weren’t any cars coming towards me. As I did so, I heard a loud ‘Crack’. I turned to find my camera face down. […]

Nature's Skyscrapers - Kyoto Bamboo Forest
8 months, 3 weeks ago 1
Posted in: Japan, Kyoto

Nature’s Skyscrapers – Kyoto Bamboo Forest The biggest photography event of the year has arrived!! The 5DayDeal always promises an incredible package for photographers and a generous amount of money to charities as a wonderful byproduct. I downloaded the megabundle last week and loved it! I encourage you to check it out here: Sale Ended! […]

The Library of 20,000 Books
8 months, 3 weeks ago 6
Posted in: Interior, Japan, Osaka

The Library of 20,000 books – Shiba Ryōtarō Library, Osaka, Japan The first drops of rain from typhoon Vongfong have begun to fall in Osaka. Every room in our hotel had a warning sign stuck to it; ‘Please don’t open windows during typhoon, and go outside only if you need to,’ it said. With 100kmh […]