The world of travel photography and videography is changing fast. The days of having to rent a small plane or hot air balloon for copious amounts of money to get a eagles eye view are no longer necessary because of the availability of consumer drones. Drones are not only greatly increasing our creativity with photography while we travel, but for the first time, travellers are able to see amazing places in extraordinarily different ways. The world of Drone Travel is new and exciting, but for many still misunderstood. After traveling for a few years with my drones I have created this informative post to let you know how to pick the right travel drone for you and to keep you up to date with the most important tips to keep it legal. It’s time to dive in and join the world of travel drones! Read More
This video is made from a compilation of my travels. I called it “Just Travel”. It’s named this because its purpose is to inspire others to get out the door and just travel like you have always wanted to. Traveling is an incredible experience. So many people procrastinate and end up not traveling. Watching this video can maybe help change your mind and get you on that plane to destination awesome! As the saying goes; the key to happiness is spending your money on experiences rather than possessions. 100% of this video is shot from my Gopro Hero 4
Check out my friend Shawn and his sick crib downtown Tokyo in the Asakusa district. Ok well it might just be a capsule but don’t be hating; it was the best capsule hotel we’ve stayed at! Why you ask? It was more Japanese than the locals staying there. Downstairs offered beautiful (Highly exaggerating) public baths. The capsules themselves were equipped with televisions that sometimes work and you guessed it! Came with complementary used plastic flip flops. Anyways enjoy this great video of Shawn’s crib that only costed 20 USD.
Late one evening while in Lahore Pakistan a friend invited me to a Sufi ceremony. Little did I know one of the most popular Qawwali bands would be featured at this ceremony. This particular ceremony lasted one and a half hours, and I sat front row with the band. Listening to the powerful rhythms of Qawwali put one into a trance, a soul beating spiritual trance where the Sufis spin in a circle connecting themselves with god. Be so close with the band it was hard not to fall deep into this trance as well. One of my top experiences of Pakistan was this night, the beautiful beats of Qawwali will forever be a part of me.