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Catch up with site news, travel diaries, upcoming plans, gear reviews and other featured items. Read stories of my journies and adventures around the world, in search of lost treasures.
A tutorial detailing my method for removing noise from digital photos. This targeted approach retains specific detailed areas, and protects edge sharpness.
We have all been there. The most important shot of the trip, is out of focus. This tutorial shows my 3-step method for recovering blurry photos.
Yesterday I was informed, by my website, that it was our 3 year anniversary. Here are some highlights from our time together.
2019 has been a great year for exploring! Japan was certainly a highlight. Here I list my favourite moments, along with many behind-the-scenes photos.
A visit to Eastern Europe to end 2019! I revisted some amazing locations, as well as exploring several new places. We also found a surprise Soviet Theatre.
The Crown Theatre was engulfed in fierce flames on 1st December 2019. I present brief photographic documentary of the decline of the theatre during 2019.
We visited many Soviet-era relics in Latvia and Lithuania. Forgotten airplanes, rusting buses, crumbling missile bases and Russian army truck graveyards.
In the winter of 2019 we embarked on a last-minute Belgium trip. We visited abandoned farms/houses, mint condition cars and a "crashed" plane in the woods.
In part two of my Japan Haikyo Tour 2019 blog series we traverse Japan in search of decaying clinics, and old anime-esque wooden schools (and a CatBus!)
What is Haikyo? In this first iteration of my multi-part Japan blog series, I discuss some common Japanese ruins; onsens, love hotels, and theme parks.
Using a photo of an abandoned steam locomotive, I created a digital art scene of a derelict engine running at full steam against a fantasy Wild West sunset.
A day to express love, in all its forms. Here are some urbex-related date-night suggestions for you
Here are a collection of my most popular location galleries, from 2018. How many of these Top 10 have you visited?
This year I visited; Eastern Germany, France, Italy, Belgium and USA. This has been a bumper year for globe-trotting! Happy New Year to all! 🙂
We had a week and a half to enjoy all the derelict and decaying beauties Italy had to offer. Villas, Manicomio ("madhouses"), churches and industry.
We visited south France in the summer of 2018. We explored an abandoned greenhouse, an orange tree cloister, abandoned fire engines and some churches.
This blog post covers our adventures in Detroit, New England and New York on the second part of our 4000-mile East Coast USA road trip in Spring 2018.
This blog post covers our adventures between Philadelphia and Chicago, on the first part of our 4000-mile East Coast USA road trip in Spring 2018.
I visited a wide variety of lost places in East Germany. A decaying hotel, crumbling ballrooms, a dark crematorium and a musty hunter's lodge.
France is truly the land of beautiful forgotten chateaus, and neglected grand mansions. We decided to take a 6-day road trip to just before Easter 2018.
We battled snowstorms and icy roads in December 2017. We visited an Italian-style spa, Lost Panzer Tanks and a literal garage full of cars.
Here are some 2017 highlights for me, along with 9 photos that represent my year. Happy New Year everyone!
Sometimes you see photos of such an amazing place, you promise yourself one day you are going to visit. We set out on a wintry Romanian road trip, in search of some opulent Art Nouveau architecture.
I recently heard that Saal Digital were offering photographers a credit voucher towards a Photo Booklet, in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.