I get to meet all sorts of interesting people thanks to my blog and photographers are often amongst the most interesting of them all! Here in Perth I volunteer on the committee for the Fremantle International Portrait Prize, a contest running since 2009 to the best photography portraits from anywhere (to date we’ve had entries from over 40 countries!), with proceeds going to the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Foundation of Western Australia.
With entries opening for another prize, I thought it was a great chance to chat with a couple of the photographers I sit with on this committee, both to give us some more insights into taking photos of people when we travel and to let you all know about this contest, in case you also have some amazing photos ready to submit. This photo is from my second guest, Dale Neill, but you’ll have to listen to the podcast to find out the fascinating story behind it!
Show notes: Episode 57 of The Thoughtful Travel Podcast
Taking Photos of People on Your Travels
- Fremantle International Portrait Prize site
- Dale’s Deadly Boring Photographs blog
- Lola’s talk on photographing people in their natural environment
- Join our Facebook group – Thoughtful Travellers