• March 16, 2021
  • 14 min to read
Interview with a Norwegian Landscape Photographer - Arild Heitmann

Arild Heitmann is a landscape photographer from the wicked and wild Northern Norway. He is also a co-founder and co-owner of Lofoten Tours. Arild says that ever since he was a child he longed for the mountains. And his desire was always to see views that go far beyond what we normally encounter. Therefore, he has climbed waterfalls, crossed rivers and scaled high mountains in search of this dream. Read more

  • March 15, 2021
  • 23 min to read
30 Composition Techniques

Composition is the way that elements are arranged in a photograph. And when it comes to travel photography, using composition templates and techniques can help to turn a good photo — into a great photo. Read more

  • March 15, 2021
  • 16 min to read
Joel Grimes, Famous Commercial Photographer, on Finding Personal Style to Shoot Big

Joel Grimes, the renowned photographer, whose portraits are universally recognizable thanks to their magnetic depth and subtly dramatic effect, and who has worked on a number of great commercial projects for such well-known names as Harley-Davidson, talks here about the most important thing in photography — forming a personal, stand-out-from-the-masses style. Read more

  • March 12, 2021
  • 11 min to read
Secret Restaurants and Bars in NYC

It’s no surprise that New York City is bursting with fantastic eateries, dining spots and cocktail bars. But if you’re taking a trip to the Big Apple and are looking to discover those hidden gems where you can snap all the best drool-worthy food images — look no further. The Photolemur Team has compiled a list of 10 of the best, secret places to get your grub on in NY. From reverse speakeasies to BYOB hole in the walls, it’s time to get hungry. Read more

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