We talk travel photography, Vietnam, and all kind of goodness with Joseph Linaschke aka PhotoJoseph. Not only that, Joseph shares some top tips for amateur post-production, his thoughts on ultra-light cameras, and why he’s ditched the laptop for an iPad.

To listen, hit play below or find this episode 294 in iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud:

Some great photos from Vietnam

We can’t interview a travel photographer without showcasing some of his work! Here are some of Joseph’s photos from a Vietnam trip he took with his then-girlfriend (now wife). Scroll to the end to find out about his work on ApertureExpert and how to save big on photography gear and training.

The Bến Thành Market in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The Bến Thành Market in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Fish at the Bến Thành Market.
Fish at the Bến Thành Market.
The Bến Thành Market.
The Bến Thành Market.

The Bến Thành Market in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam












Vietnamese dishes
Vietnamese dishes
Hạ Long Bay, Vietnam
Hạ Long Bay, Vietnam

An Aperture Expert

Joseph’s portfolio can be found at PhotoJoseph (and he’s on twitter with the same handle), but he also writes travel photography tutorials and screencast training at ApertureExpert.

I can’t say much, but I can tell you some of that training is going on sale in early January at an amazing price. We’re going to have full details for you in an upcoming email. Make sure you don’t miss out on the notification by jumping onto our mailing list.

Tip of the week

Jandals are a traveller’s best friend! If you’re not up on your Kiwi slang, jandals are the New Zealander’s codeword for flip-flops. Light and durable they’re perfect for beach or casual wear, but even more importantly good for keeping your feet off the floor in shared bathrooms at hostels or swimming pools. Chuck a pair in your bag, or check out these 15 items you should pack.

To listen, hit play above or find Travel Photography in Vietnam in iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud.

Your thoughts on "Travel photography in Vietnam podcast"

  • Hello, I'm Vietnamese, Thank you for visit my country. I see you have fun in Vietnam. Your pictures let me see my country in different way I had before. I'm a travel bloger, too. This is my blog: https://hotieugiang.com/, when you come back to Vietnam, I'm so proud of giving you good informations.

    on November 10, 2017 at 11:49 pm Reply

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