Travel photography blog: Tips, Gear Reviews & Destinations
The runawayprop is an all-in-one travel photography blog where you can learn the basics of travel photography, some of the coolest destinations to be, how you can modestly travel and live in such destinations, and must-have gears based on firsthand experiences.
Quite often, you’ll see blog posts on how you can; seamlessly enjoy your adventure; improve your photography skills, document your travels, and become a great travel photographer even. I’ll be updating the blog with tips, gear/ camera gear reviews, and travel destinations, all from my experiences.
Perhaps you’re considering going on an adventure with your friends or family, or even just you, the idea behind my blog is to get you fully prepared or at least prepared for what you might encounter on such travels, how you can modestly get the most out of your destinations by enjoying your time, what gears to bring along, how you can document your adventures using the best and affordable camera gears.
I’ve also enabled comments on the blog section to foster forum interactions. You can drop comments, make contributions, and ask questions from time to time. I’ll be there to follow up..
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To make navigating the blog easier for you, I’ve created these main categories
Make your adventure easier by reading stories from firsthand experiences. Learn about the coolest places on earth
Don’t get caught off-guard. Go prepared. Here, you’ll learn about the various gears to bring along on your adventures. The goal is to have an amazing experience.
A picture is worth a thousand words. What thousand words do you want yours to be worth? Photographs have a remarkable ability to make us emotional. Learn tips on how you can get the best shots out of your adventures.
Navigate through the categories or check the latest posts.
Festival of Lights and Lanterns – Loy Krathong My first trip to Thailand was way way back in 1997, while I was in the Navy on the HMCS Huron. At this point in my Naval Career, I had traveled to … Continued
Top 5 Bucket List As 2021 comes to a close, Michelle and I have been working out our Bucket List for 2022. Here are some of our choices of places to visit for our 2022 Bucket List. Michelle’s daughters will … Continued
tinyRigs – OriGrid My go to electronic device is the my iPad Pro 12.9 tablet. Easily the smallest Laptop one can carry while travelling especially with the Magic Keyboard. The all new oriGrid easily the best addition to your iPad … Continued
Until now, I’ve only traveled the world on job assignments having served in the Canadian Navy for 2 decades. During those times, I’ve experienced the world in quite a different way. You know, you don’t get to catch a glimpse of the beauty of a destination or take a photograph as you watch the sunset over a calm ocean on such travels – it’s always business as usual. However, even on those travels, I’ve always known what I wanted to do after I retired. Which is to experience the world in quite a different way; enjoy the beauty and the calmness of the seas whilst listening to Sitting at the Dock of the Bay from my earpod…read more