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Nagaland: 15 pictures of India’s most fascinating tribes
Nagaland: 15 pictures of India’s most fascinating tribes

Last year our roaming photographer Diana Jarvis took some time away from her usual stomping grounds in Europe and headed to the far northeastern Indian state of Nagaland to witness the annual Hornbill Festival. Here, she shares 15 pictures of the region’s fascinating tribes. “I’d visited India on several other occasions but my trip to…

11 pictures of Morocco at its most magical
11 pictures of Morocco at its most magical

Our roaming author and photographer Anthon Jackson has travelled to over eighty countries, from journeying across Iran and Egypt to researching for Rough Guides in Indonesia and India. Here he shares some of his favourite images of Morocco, a country with “plenty of dreamy spots to wander around with a camera.” “On my first visit to Morocco it…

The best photography on Picfair: winter
The best photography on Picfair: winter

Winter is officially upon us in the northern hemisphere, so what better way to embrace the season than a round up of Picfair‘s best wintery images? This month’s pick of the best photography on Picfair includes snowy slopes and frozen leaves aplenty. Next month’s theme is romance, so for a chance to have your images featured…

5 of the best drone videos
5 of the best drone videos

Drone videos dominated the news last year. Capturing the world from above is the latest travel craze – and the results can be spectacular. But with more and more drones in the skies, laws are justifiably being tightened. Before drones are banished for good, we’ve rounded up our favourite bits of aerial footage. Here are…

20 arresting pictures of India
20 arresting pictures of India

A land of countless colours, intriguing cultures and scores of delicious foods, India is an exciting and beautiful travel destination. To inspire you to jump on that plane, we’ve selected 20 pictures of India to take you from the backwaters of Kerala to Ladakh’s soaring mountain passes.  Palace of the winds (Hawa Mahal), Jaipur, Rajasthan…

The best photography on Picfair: urban scenes
The best photography on Picfair: urban scenes

This month’s Picfair travel photography round up takes a look at some of their best urban shots. From London and New York to Shanghai and Delhi, we’ve picked our favourite images of the world’s sprawling metropolises. Next month’s theme is ‘winter’, so sign up to Picfair and upload your images, tagged with RGwinter, for a chance to…

19 phenomenal pictures of Canada
19 phenomenal pictures of Canada

From the Arctic shores to the Rocky Mountains, there’s no shortage of stunning vistas in Canada. This huge country has a lot to offer the curious traveller, with great wildlife, beautiful lakes, engrossing cities and stunning beaches. Here are 19 of our favourite pictures of Canada. Sanctuaire Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Québec Skiing in Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia…

The best photography on Picfair: world food
The best photography on Picfair: world food

This month we’ve teamed up with Picfair photographers to make your mouths water. Below we’ve handpicked 20 of the best world food images from the photo-sharing and selling site. Next month’s theme is ‘urban’, so for a chance to have your images licensed by Rough Guides, upload your best urban images to Picfair and tag them…

A street art tour of Shoreditch, London
A street art tour of Shoreditch, London

Street art has exploded in popularity over the last few years, relying on a strong aesthetic impact to make you think, or at least raise a smile. Andy Turner takes a look at the Shoreditch scene and learns to distinguish a Banksy from a Borondo A curious thing happens when you walk south across Bishopsgate,…

Three essential travel photography tips I learned in the Forest of Dean
Three essential travel photography tips I learned in the Forest of Dean

Lottie Gross takes her DSLR to the Forest of Dean to learn how to take great travel pictures in beautiful but challenging surroundings. I met my photography teacher, David Broadbent, at the edge of the Severn Estuary, where an ugly mix of sand and grey water reached out to the horizon and two nuclear power stations, one…

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