Posts Tagged ‘photography’

LG Guide to Buying Your First dSLR

By Jill Martiniuk Special to Lost Girls  Admittedly, I really had no clue what I was doing when I bought my dSLR camera. I had just finished my Master’s degree, and was about to serve as faculty for Semester at Sea for the summer. A new degree and a nine-week trip around the Mediterranean seemed like...
February 2nd, 2012 | Packing & Wardrobe, Photography & Video | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Jaime Burnell

Lost Girl of the Week: Jaime Burnell
This week’s Lost Girl, Jaime Burnell, longed for a trip to Disneyland when she was a kid, but instead her parents dragged her through historical and culturally stimulating places, which eventually stuck a cord with Jaime, and fueled her passion for travel. She has since visited several countries,...
January 5th, 2011 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Meg Pier

Lost Girl of the Week: Meg Pier
Meg Pier, this week’s Lost Girl, is the proprietor of www.viewfromthepier.com, launched in April 2009.  She is also a regular contributor to the website of CBS travel editor Peter Greenberg (www.petergreenberg.com) and the travel section of the Boston Globe. ***** I remember a particular business...
August 18th, 2010 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

Lost in San Antonio: The World’s Best Travel Photo

Lost in San Antonio: The World’s Best Travel Photo
by Courtney Dubin Special Correspondant to Lost Girls World My heart went pitter patter when my friend and original LG Jen Baggett emailed to let me know that my first official blog post for their site (yay!), on our whirlwind trip to San Antonio, would be about a seemingly fated encounter at at San...
May 13th, 2010 | Featured, Featured Getaway, Group Travel, Parties, Festivals & Events, Texas | Read More

Book Review: PhotoTrekking

Book Review: PhotoTrekking
PhotoTrekking: A Traveler’s Guide to Capturing Moments Around the World by Nick Onken, Amphoto Books, $24.99 4 stars Review by Kirsten Alana Nick Onken is a talented photographer. I would buy his books just to put it on my coffee table and stare at it on gray days when I need a jolt of happy. Nick...
May 4th, 2010 | Extras, Photography & Video, Travel Books & Movies | Read More

Vote for the Best Travel Photography

Vote for the Best Travel Photography
A picture can help inspire your next trip, fuel your imagination, make you feel more relaxed…and win you a trip to Dominica. Check out Matador’s Discover Dominica Photo Contest to see the 25 finalists and vote for your favorite-the winner gets a paid trip for two to the Caribbean. Looking...
October 23rd, 2009 | Photography & Video, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Hook a guy up: A Dream Photography Assignment

Hook a guy up: A Dream Photography Assignment
ADP: Two years ago, The Lost Girls were visiting Hanoi, Vietnam and met a really incredible group of locals and ex-pats who helped to change our perspective on the country (we’d had some negative, typical tourist experiences, and we actually considering leaving the country early!) Justin Mott,...
April 2nd, 2009 | Expats Abroad, Lost Boys, Vietnam, Websites and Blogs | Read More

LG Obessions: Photoshop.com Plus

LG Obessions: Photoshop.com Plus
ADP: I’ve always had a little bit of a fascination with Photoshop. The idea that you can take any digital snapshot and crop, flip, adjust, tweak and brighten it to re-create a memory seems the closest thing to grown-up magic that I can imagine. My only problem with the program? Since it doesn’t...
March 17th, 2009 | Staying Connected, Websites and Blogs | Read More