Sense of Place, Travel Photography eBook

This new eBook is designed to help readers experience a place more fully, see it with wider eyes, and photograph it more intentionally. It is a 42 page travel photography eBook with ideas on how to hone one’s ability to see and express, not just point the camera. This guide is more theory driven than technique driven.

sense of place book

Sense of Place

The author, Younes Bounhar is a scientist turned travel, architecture, and landscape, photographer. He is based in Ottawa, Canada. His clients include St-Joseph Media, Apex Publications, K2 Impressions, National Institute of Scenic Arts and Music (Spain). His photographs have been featured in several magazines in Canada and abroad (including Canadian Geographic, PhotoLife, PhotoSolutions, and Photography Monthly.

Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • At Home
  • Act Like a Tourist
  • The Power of Self-Assignments
  • Abroad
  • Take Your Time
  • Act Like a Local
  • Make Repeat Visits
  • Increase Your Awareness
  • Seize the Moment
  • Details Tell the Story
  • Simplify
  • Seek the Light
  • Break Your Habits
  • A Human Element
  • Gear Talk
Pages from Sense of Place (Click to See More)

Pages from Sense of Place

“Whether you are at home or abroad, the key to meaningful and inspiring photography lies in two seemingly opposite concepts: letting your inner child wonder and marvel at the things around you as if you were discovering them for the first time while, like the wise elder, taking your time to slow things down and discover the essence of your subject. I hope this eBook gives you some new insights on how to view and capture the world around you.” -Younes Bounhar

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