Features // Lottie Gross

Why Myanmar (Burma) is a travel photographer’s dream
Why Myanmar (Burma) is a travel photographer’s dream

Having visited Myanmar (Burma) a number of times since 2004, travel photographer Stephen Studd says it’s one of the best places he’s photographed in years. In this video he explains why Burma is so photogenic, and shares his travel photography tips below. Stephen’s top tips for travel photography Owner and tour leader of Digital Photography…

The best photography on Picfair: the locals
The best photography on Picfair: the locals

For the second piece in our “Best of Picfair” series, we take a look at locals around the world. From Haiti to Vietnam, here is some of the best travel photography from some of the top photographers on Picfair – a website that lets amateurs and professionals upload and sell their photographs for a fair price. Next month’s theme…

East vs West: win a weekend stay in your favourite side of London
East vs West: win a weekend stay in your favourite side of London

Particularly fond of the West End’s musical offerings? Or perhaps you love hipster-heaving east London? Either way, enter this competition and you could win a weekend in your favourite part of London. I’m one of those people that’s torn between east and west London. I love size of the west: those huge landmarks that remind…

Discover the “real Ireland” in Skellig Kerry
Discover the “real Ireland” in Skellig Kerry

Away from the tourist hub that is Killarney, discover an exciting area of County Kerry in Ireland that’s rebranding itself and screaming out for independent travellers to explore its rich history and dramatic landscapes. The Ring of Kerry is a circular road from Killarney that traverses the stunning lakes and mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula. It…

Motorbiking from Australia to Estonia
Motorbiking from Australia to Estonia

After motorcycling from Australia to Istanbul, Kickstarter-funded traveller Tyson Cable told Lottie Gross about his exploits around the world on two wheels.  Over a crackly line from his hotel room in Istanbul, Tyson Cable introduced himself to me as a traveller first and foremost, and a photographer second. He is the creator of the Adventure…

Rough Guides cover photos – your efforts
Rough Guides cover photos – your efforts

Tweet us a photo you’ve taken that you think is good enough to grace the cover of a Rough Guide. Use @RoughGuides and the hashtag #RGcover and you could win a Nikon DSLR and £100 photo book. To see what you’re up against, here are some of our favourites so far:

Stunning Sri Lanka in pictures
Stunning Sri Lanka in pictures

Described as the “finest land of its size in the world” by Marco Polo, Sri Lanka attracts thousands of visitors each year. Sitting just above the equator it’s a hot and humid place, brimming with exciting food, colours and culture. Travel photographer Andrew Lever shares his beautiful Sri Lanka images with us. Travel photographer Andrew Lever…

In pictures: the world’s most photogenic countries
In pictures: the world’s most photogenic countries

Rough Guides photographer Tim Draper reveals his top ten most photogenic countries in the world.  From his home country, England, to the depths of Vietnam and Slovenia, Tim Draper has shot images for 24 Rough Guides throughout his career as a professional travel photographer. After starting out on the Rough Guide to England, he went…

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