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By now, many of you have probably heard about a fad in photography called "rooftopping" in which brave souls find a way to the top of a skyscraper to snap a few photos.
Most of the buildings the photographers are scaling are apparently "off limits" to the public, a factor that plays up the idea of rooftopping as somewhat of an underground, rebellious endeavor (see sensationalized headline here). That said, considering the willingness of photographer Tom Ryaboi to put his name all over the photos and sit down for interviews after his recent visit to Toronto, we're guessing the security teams at these buildings don't take themselves too seriously.
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Safaris are, by their nature, extremely photogenic. All those lush landscapes, the exotic wildlife, and skies that utterly captivate are begging to be captured on camera. Even better, photographic safaris go one step further by offering travelers experiences and locations specifically with photography in mind, and in many cases with professional instruction.
If you love photography, an African safari can be a life-changing experience, but to get the most out of your trip, here's Jaunted's guide for What Not To Do on an African Safari: The Top 5 Tourist Mistakes:
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Every year between July and October, millions of wildebeests march from Tanzania into the Masai Mara National Reserve, chasing the rains and the green grass that follows in what is known as the Great Migration. Travelers have marveled over this natural wonder for years, and for people who love photography, a Great Migration photographic safari provides endless opportunities for mindblowing photos. We just returned from it ourselves, with a slew of new knowledge from our own photo wins and fails.
Whether you're heading out to the Great Migration or something closer to home, here's our 11 tips on how to prepare for the photo safari trip of a lifetime:
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If you think the above photo is beautifulit's our Andes view from LAN Airlines flight 158 from Santiago to Calamathen get ready to have your mind blown and your bucketlist overflowing.
South America is a land of such staggeringly varied terrain, from desert to glaciers and rainforest to snow-capped peaks, that flying over it without requesting a window seat is one of the biggest travel mistakes one can make.
Now, which route? Get your camera ready because, using our own past travel knowledge and a passion for experiencing the extremes, we've laid out the Six Scenic South America Routes to Fly Before You Die:
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SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY!
The TWA Flight Center at New York's JFK Airport will again be open to the public for this one day: Sunday, October 13. And it may be the last time to view the building in as close to Saarinen's original plans as possible, since rumors of hotel development are approaching fact.
The reason? The 11th annual openhousenewyork festival (OHNY), a weekend event that flings open private doors to showcase typically hidden gems of the city. Last year was only the second instance of the TWA Flight Center welcoming hoards of the curious and, even better, access was (and still will be) free!
The fall foliage is starting to get ridiculous across the country (okay, minus Florida and Southern California), each impressing in its own way. The trees and colors of Colorado, for example, are much different than the display you’ll see in Upstate New York.
These two photos illustrate those differences well, from the colors themselves to the vividness with which they come through. The first is from the mountains of Colorado near Glenwood Springs, and the latter from a recent trip to Elkhart Lake in Wisconsin. Beautiful!
We showed you ours, now we want to see yours! Got a photo you think rivals these two? Tweet it to us @Jaunted or post it to our Facebook wall. Who knows -- it might just make an appearance on our site as we collect the best of the best in the coming weeks.
Did you know that airports are two of the top 10 most Instagrammed spots in the world?
Travel is one of the most visually inspiring activities a person can do in their life, not to mention that every trip is in itself a major life event. Breaking from the norm, seeing with "fresh eyes," and interpreting all this into images makes Instagram a natural outlet for sharing experiences. We want you onboard for our travels, too.
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As always, all of our Instagram shots are from our very own travels, from our smartphones, on the spot. In a sense, they're teasers for our upcoming stories; you end up with the first look at what we're working on and what we're most excited about, from exclusive peeks inside new aircraft to the best sunset-spotting in South America.
[Photo: Jaunted on Instagram]
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Most of us don't tend to think about the impact something as simple as a cell phone can have on women around the world. Luckily, the innovators at the heART of a woman project did recognize the potential in the cameras we carry in our pockets and launched an initiative to use them to help women in South Africa.
Their program is designed to "provide education in mobile photography to women (15+) in developing communities, to empower and to create small business and sustainable income through the sales of their photographic art and photo art products." But, to make their vision a reality the folks at HOAWP need a few helpful volunteers. They are looking for advanced amateur or professional photographers willing to travel to Khayelitsha, South Africa this November.
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October can't come soon enough, as we've just confirmed that the TWA Flight Center at New York's JFK Airport will again be open to the public for one day: Sunday, October 13.
The reason? The 11th annual openhousenewyork festival (OHNY), a weekend event that flings open private doors to showcase typically hidden gems of the city. The weekend is October 12-13 and although the full schedule won't be released until early October, it's nice to know if the TWA Terminal is a part of the fun since many people actually travel in for the pleasure of roaming and photographing this icon of modern architecture.
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Just when you think you've amassed enough coffeetable books to do away with the actual table, along comes another title to entice.
It was only earlier this year we shared our discovery of 800 Views of Airports with you, but while that tome focused on bustling tarmacs and busy-bee ground crews, a new photography monograph explores the opposite vibeקthat of an airline with no flying planes, no paying passengers, and little hope.
Wired has an inside look at the book by photographer Nick Ballon, who spent months with unfettered access to the mothballed offices and remaining staff of L.A.B. Lloyd Aereo Boliviano at Jorge Wilstermann Airport in Cochabamba. He titled the photo book, "Ezekiel 36:36," the name of L.A.B.'s last operating plane, which touched down for the final time in 2007.
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It's officialLufthansa gets it. By it, we mean Instagram, as they've just completed a brilliant photo series named #pilotdiary which goes above and beyond (and into the cockpit) to share the Lufthansa experience, but through the eyes of an international commercial airline pilot.
To be specific, the 39 photosposted from July 29 through August 2chronicle the early mornings and long flights of Philipp, a Senior First Officer on Lufthansa's 747s. Jetting back and forth between Frankfurt and Los Angeles at the yoke of a new 747-8i, he snaps anything and everythingfrom a lunch over Greenland to a generic layover hotel room, and even a brief beach breakto essentially provide a full picture of life in the skies.
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One of the things we consistently do in every destination is try to find a high peak and gain perspective, whether it’s at the top of a tall building or at the summit of a hill on a hike. There's a significant amount of insight and appreciation one can gain by getting a bird's eye view. Plus, it just feels really epic to rise above it all; you're a king looking out over his kingdom, if you will.
Now, we can all picture this going over really well on a bright, sunny day with a warm breeze at our backs. But what if we told you that you could have this same experience inside? It would seem impossible, unless you stumble upon a panometer created by Vienna-born painter Yadegar Asisi. Never heard of him? That's all right, neither had we before a recent visit to his exhibit in Dresden, Germany.