This portfolio is solely for the work we have created during our journey. If you feel like you can’t enough and want more, check out Steve’s 500px and Instagram feeds, and Chanel’s Instagram feed.
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This is a lovely gallery, awesome job!
wow really amazing gallery 🙂
Hi, great photos! Do you use wide angle lens a lot?
Yes! 10-20mm mostly, with the occasional 40mm and 200mm especially for wildlife)
Really beautiful photography. Not your typical snapshots. Well composed, terrific lighting and interesting to look at.
Thanks so much Steve!
Amazing photos! Do you use full frame?
would love to see a post with what camera gear you guys took with you on your trip!
Better yet…how about a post showing drawings of the camera gear? Ta-da: http://howfarfromhome.com/2015/03/13/127-things-to-pack-when-taking-a-sabbatical/ 😉
Wow!!! Thanks for sharing 🙂
OMG your pictures are awesome, you are really talented guys!
Enjoy the rest of your trip.
Have you been to south Asia! You should visit here it is really worthy!
great pictures, they meet my personal taste, geometric…..perfect proportions….with a light photofinishing! love them all….
Hellow!!! Your photos is beautiful!!! With best wishes from Russia!!!
Great photos! I just read about all the toilets and stuff.
I admire you guys. Also love your work.
Hope you make it till to South America. Reach me if you arrive to Venezuela.
Would be nice to help. Greetings from Caracas.
Amazing pics! Do you use full frame?
Thanks so much! No, our cameras are 550D and 650D.
What kind of camera, filters and software do you use to work on these photographs before publishing?
Thanks Stefan! We’re currently using Canon – the 550D and 650D, with various lenses (40mm, 50mm, 10-20mm and 200mm). Our editing software is Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Glad you like!
You have a typo : If you feel like you can’t get enough
I really want to doing this stuff, i mean the decision to leave all behind and the fear to start my journey around the world. Really nice work i consider you an inspiration.
Amazing pictures! We are getting ready to leave on our year long adventure in about 6 weeks. Thanks for sharing the other side of “living your dream.” Best of luck and happy travels!
Awesome photos !! Great adventure something people dream about, you guys just are living the dream. Enjoy & have fun
worth living experience!!!
Realmente admirables…. hermosa decision!!!!
This photographs are lovely! I’ve just read an article about your journey of quitting your job and travel the world. That’s bold! But I am sure you have seen the world differently even though it’s tough. Keep taking pictures! 🙂
Thanks so much for the support Jacky! We’ll keep traveling 😉
Hallo i have admiration about you..wonder travel the world….if you went from verona…wraite me mail and nice to meet you….by by giovanna….were are you now?
Thank you so much! We’re staying in Umbertide at the moment 🙂
Initially scrolled down to comment on how beautiful these photos are (really), and couldn’t help but notice you’ve been to Umbertide! My father lives 10 minutes away from there, casa viable mean anything to you? Anyways, keep up the creativity, i shall continue my visit 🙂
Ah brilliant! Such a beautiful town – we’re staying with The Pet’s Academy (thepetsacademy.com) helping out at their dog training facility. Such a small world 🙂 And thank you for the kind words!
You are in Florence now! i live near.
Love the pics! Love the intestinal fortitude to take the time to give it a bash and stick with it!! noticed you’ve already been to Australia, to N2 just 5 mins from where we live. Trying to work out where else you visited?
Love ya work!
Thanks Rex! Really appreciate it! We’r actually only headed to Australia next month, so maybe we should meet at N2 for an ice-cream? 😉
I’m an intermediate photographer, looking to get my first DSLR for international traveling – what do you recommend as a good starter camera, in terms of price and usability?
PS- LOVE your blog. Huge inspiration!!!
Thanks so much for the support! Yay, DSLR is definitely the way to go..although be warned – you’ll be leaving a lot of other stuff behind so that you have space for all your camera gear 😉 In terms of actual equipment – we’re currently using Canon 550D and 650D, with an array of lenses – 10-20mm, 40mm, 50mm and 200mm. Canon we found to be affordable, and exactly what we needed. As most of our content is for on-screen usage, we felt having something like the 650D and 550D to be more than enough. Our next purchase (hopefully) will be more along the mirrorless side of things, as we wouldn’t mind getting something less bulky and easier to take, on the day trips especially. We’re in love with the Fuji X-Pro1 and Olympus E-M10 II, so if you’re considering mirrorless, maybe try one of those out, although we highly recommend our faithful Canons too! Good luck!
Love, love, love the photos !
WOW! These photos are AMAZING! I’m so jealous of the journey and experience y’all are getting to encounter! Safe travels!
Thanks so much Joanna!!
I love this so much.
Keep on keeping on guys!
I couldn’t tell if you have visited my country, Lebanon, or not BUT if you haven’t, you should! You should come to Beirut <3
My friend and I always host travelers (via couchsurfing) and show them around! We will be more than happy to show you our beautiful country.
Sounds great! Thank you! We’ll definitely let you know if we make it 🙂
WOW!! There’s photos are AMAZING! THIS IS REALLY AWSOME!! It’s really great. Great 🙂
Thank you so much!
These photos are incredible! I know you said you used a Canon 550D, but could you recommend something in the EOS range? I can’t seem to find the 550D here is Dubai?
Thank so much! 😀
Hey Janine! Thanks so much! Yeah, Stevo has a 550D (for now), and I, Chanel, love my 650D. The equivalent to those cameras today is probably the Canon 750D, which is essentially the upgrade to our 2 cameras. Here is a link: http://uae.souq.com/ae-en/canon-eos-750d-24-2-mp-slr-camera-black-18-55mm-is-stm-kit-7945849/i/ Good luck!