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  1. clearskies

    Camino Society Ireland Photo Exhibition!

    (I'm posting this as I see it hasn't been posted yet) For those in Ireland...or even further afield... For the last three months, Camino Society Ireland have been running a Camino Photo Contest with the best photos being exhibited. Independent judges have picked the best from a number of...
  2. J

    A Great Way to Carry a DSLR on the Camino

    It's not a new product but I've just found and bought one so thought I'd share for other photo junkies who haven't seen one yet and like me have struggled with how to bring my DSLR on the Camino. It's a camera clip called Capture by Peak Design that very securely attaches your DSLR to your...
  3. M

    Camino 2017-06-05

    Book of photographs, made from both the Camino Frances and Camino Primitivo during 2016. First published at: https://viewfind.com/story/1516/camino-de-santiago Available at: www.matthewthompson.cz
  4. Camino: pilgrims

    A blog similar to "Humans of New York" but in the Camino

    Ok. Not a personal blog, more a photography site with little stories from the pilgrims alas "Humans of New York. I´m walking several days every month (lucky me, I live nearby) and posting a new picture (almost) everyday. Has not and will not have any kind of advertisement. Hope you like it...
  5. notion900

    Cameras and smartphones for the frugal

    A nice tech question for those that enjoy such conundrums... I am a well informed but stingy consumer of technology. e.g. for ages I hung onto a non-smartphone, by also using an iPod Touch (that I was given free ;)) with WIFI. Now I have a Samsung Galaxy Core Prime phone (bottom of the whole...
  6. Thea

    A Path for a Photographers Delight

    Photography will be a large part of my camino experience and I would love some advice on which route would deliver a great variety of picturesque scenery to capture? I particularly love landscape photography but also will capture the people and towns I visit. Thank you (Yay my first ever forum...
  7. Camino - Art

    Camino - Art

    Last year I entered a photograph that i'd taken on my 2013 Camino into the national Open Art competition here in the UK. Amazingly enough I was shortlisted (from over 3200 entries) to 500 then after that was chosen as one of the 160 finalists and my photo was exhibited the NOA exhibition in London!
  8. L

    Camino blog

    Just started a little blog on Tumblr about my experience on the Camino if anyone wants to check it out! Nice pictures to! https://www.tumblr.com/blog/irishtravelbug
  9. FreerangerMartin

    Notes in the slow lane: walking on the Voie de Vézelay 2016-12-01

    I set out alone from Vézelay in North-central France. All the way to Santiago de Compostela is approximately 1,700 kms. I covered just 300 kms. in 18 days’ not very rapid walking (via Nevers as far as La Souterraine). Aged 73, I’m still hopeful of returning to this beautiful, solitary camino...

    Faces and Places of the Camino

    Hello Pilgrims, Hospitaleros, and everybody else on the camino in September/October/November, My name is Flavio Edreira, I am a Brazilian/Spanish Photographer, I live in Brazil. Next friday, sept 30th, 2016, I will be starting my new Documental Photography Project, called Faces and Places of the...
  11. jirit

    1200 Pilgrims — A Personal Photography Project

    Discovered an interesting site today. From the photographer and pilgrim... 1200 Pilgrims" was a personal project carried out with the intention of photographing 1200 Pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago in Northern Spain. Individuals from around the world walked this 800km trail over the course...
  12. Charl

    Camino de Santiago: A Pilgrimage In Black And White Photographs 2015-11-30

    For all photographers there's something unspoken that drives them to create images that tell stories, even if unintended. As a photographer I started off on my thousand kilometer journey from Lourdes in France to Santiago de Compostela without any sort of camera agenda, heck, I didn't even know...
  13. B

    Photographing along the WAY

    To anyone who travels/traveled with a DSLR camera. if you only had a choice of 2 lenses, what would they be?
  14. Charl

    Like B/W photography? Take a look at my Camino Photo Book

    Tada! It's been about two months since we returned from Madrid after completing a 1140km Camino from Lourdes to Santiago. And finally my book of black and white photographs of the pilgrimage is finished and up on ISSUU. If you like black and white photography, I'd like to hear what you think...

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