Photo Walk in Bangkok with the ED-in-Chief

Vagabundo Magazine is excited to announce the incredible opportunity to go on a photo walk of Bangkok, Thailand on March 23rd with our Editor-in-Chief, and professional travel photographer, Brendan van Son.

More information on the opportunity can be found here.

We do think, this is such a great chance for aspiring travel photographers and tourists a like to get a sense of what the day in the life of a professional travel photographer is like.  You’ll get the first hand knowledge involved in not only shooting great images, but how to seek out places, and also insider information on where one can sell their photos, and what people are looking for.

Photo of the Grand Palace in Bangkok by By Andy Marchand

Here at Vagabundo we receive a countless number of magazine pitches each month.  The largest contributing factor to turning these down isn’t what you might expect.  We turn down at least 75% of potential articles due to the lack of quality photos.  If you’re trying to make it in the industry of travel writing or travel blogging, improving your skills is such an important skill to have, and it’s amazing that more people don’t take this as seriously.

Anyways, if you’re in Bangkok, whether you’re a tourist or a resident.  This is an amazing opportunity to get out an explore the city through the always curious eye of a travel photographer.

The photo walk will include lessons on street photography, food photography, photographing people, architecture, and night photography.   We implore you to check it out!

Author: Brendan van Son

Brendan van Son, the Editor-in-Chief at Vagabundo Magazine, is a travel writer and photographer from Alberta, Canada. He is currently exploring West Africa while working on the "It's My Life 365" project. Brendan's work has been featured across the world in both press and on a variety of online productions.

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Photo Walk in Bangkok with the ED-in-Chief