LIVE Travel Photography Q&A Mike Browne and Simon Taplin Posted on October 17, 2018 better Browne chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas Ideas Improve inspiration las vegas hotels Lessons Live Mekong Plus mike Mike Browne photography Photos private jet QA rental property simon Taplin tips travel travel photography travel vlog tutorials vacation 18 thoughts on “LIVE Travel Photography Q&A Mike Browne and Simon Taplin” good to see you Mike 🙂Reply Thanks, guys! Appreciate you giving us all a sense of what a travel photo workshop is really like. Hope to join you someday on a workshop. Iceland looks like a good one.Reply My lens for doing almost everything is the Tamron 16-300 mm lens. When I think of the 18–55 lens doesn't reach out far enough. I have used it to shoot bison. We were in a truck that was very old. A lot of places the people aren't too friendly as I am sure in you area too. So I do like my lens. On travel I agree. Too much is not good.Reply I for one would love to see another one with all the details and photographs!Reply Really love the on the fly feel of it tooReply Great advice too,Reply Nice video guys, remarkable lack of noise while moving the 🎤 around, I think you'll be fine just taping it to a mini trypod,,,, thanks again, BobReply Thank you so much Mike and Simon for sharing your travels. Always waiting with anticipation for more. Best regards from 🇨🇦Reply Hi Guys, I would love to go on a workshop but my wife has total vascular dementia and is also disabled and needs 24/7 care… I have the next best thing with you guys showing these places and people, or talking about it… Keep up the good work… ThanksReply Hello Mr.Mike. I would like to thank you a lot. I have learned many ideas about photography. Your videos are useful for photographers like me… keep teaching us….Reply Thanks so much for sharing and answering my questions! You guys are just the best! Travel safely!Reply Hi, guys just revisited the Podcast to get all of your comments. I am an armchair enthusiast these days because of ill health; what are your criteria for fitness levels for your courses in remote areas. My concern for those taking part; heaven forbid there is an extreme medical emergency which can happen in everyday situations. Do you have a satellite phone for instance?All that said I find your travel videos fascinating to watch and would love more including the behind the scenes material.Just a pity I am not forty years younger.Reply What kind of photos do we need to take to get them sold?Reply May want to review the album title 'Vietnam 2019' on clickasnap.com.Reply Thank you Mike & Simon, really enjoyed sharing your adventure. Just watch the Q&A very interesting, (more please), so gutted I could get to watch live. Gordon aka thegofaReply Missed it. Came on at 12…. waited 5minutes then went out…..gurrrrReply GREAT INTERESTING VIDEO YOU GUYS ARE GREAT THANK YOU FOR VIDEO FROM SUFFOLK UKReply Hello MikeReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.