In this episode, I set off to discover some of the more offbeat travel photography destinations in Austria. We have now seen a million shots of Iceland and now it seems the Norwegian fjords are the new hot spot. But what about the rest of the world. Here is part one of my travel photography series on some more uncommon destinations.
This destination was the amazing Kaiser mountains in Austria. I was tipped off by one of the locals who highly recommended an early morning walk up the mountains. See the video/photos below for a full recount and as usual, I love your feedback 🙂
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The most common question is what gear did you take xxx with. I have taken the liberty of answering that here:
- Canon 5d Mark III
- Canon 70 – 200 f2.8 II
- Canon 24 – 105 f4
- Canon 16 – 35 f2.8 II
- Tiffen Variable ND Filter
- Tiffen Polarising Filter
- Three Legged Thing Tripod
Photo Essay from Kaiser Mountains Austria
1-200 sec at f – 11 – ISO 100
New Zealand travel photographer based in London, UK. He was taking photos from a very young age in the backcountry of New Zealand before moving abroad. Since doing so he has taken workshops and tried to help get as many people into this art as possible. Featured in NZ Herald, Stuff.co.nz and many photography publications it’s safe to say he loves his photography!