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When breaking the rules can make you a better photographer
Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words.
India is a magical place to photograph
To my mind, India is one of the best places in the world for people pictures. Indians are colorful, friendly and approachable, and generally love to have their pictures taken.
Aim for eye contact – even with a tiger
Photographing the London Olympic and Paralympic games during summer 2012 rekindled my love of the long lens, an essential when photographing tigers from the back of a jeep.
Think conceptually, no matter how strange!
My favorite place in Peninsular Malaysia is the Taman Negara rainforest, the oldest in the world.
With sensitive subject matter, always ask permission
Photographing a funeral or cremation? I would never dare enter this very private moment or photograph this final farewell without permission or a direct invitation from the family first.
You'll be rewarded for escaping the beaten track
Sometimes, totally unexpectedly, you find yourself in photographic heaven.
Move away from romance – capture reality
One of Sri Lanka's most eye-catching sights is that of the stilt fishermen of Weligama, a fishing village on the south coast of the island.
Go beyond the tourist trails
As a tourist it is not easy to discover what the Maldives are really like. You stay in your resort and are not free to visit the rest of the country. Although most resorts do organize excursions to neighboring islands, these are usually guided tours.
Approach your subjects, but be respectful
You will find beautiful Buddhist temples throughout Laos but it is the human side of Buddhism, the saffron clad monks and students, that makes the most engaging and iconic photography subject.
Use distractions to your advantage
For a travel photographer, it is the expanse of the coastal strip that is one of the key shots to capture in Goa but also often one of the most difficult.