A couple of months ago I did a short Q&A for British online adventure portal WideWorld Magazine where we talked briefly about travel, music, sports, books and, of course, photography.
I was recently approached again by WideWorld Magazine, this time to contribute "10 Tips for Better Adventure Photos". Although I don't necessarily consider myself an "adventure photographer", per se -- at least not in the conventional sense, or the same realm as true action or sports photographers -- I suppose that what I do, and the places I go to do it, is adventurous.
Therefore, I tried to provide a collection of tips that aren't simply applicable to adventure-related photography, but can be applied across all photographic disciplines, such as having a shoot plan, not over-packing, introducing a human element to images, understanding and using your camera's aperture and ISO settings, and getting creative with light.
I am not sure what WideWorld Magazine will suggest we do together next, but I am already looking forward to it.