Travel Photography – Vin Images
Thoughts, ideas and updates from the road.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes ~ Marcel Proust
My name is Vincent and I am a travel photographer. My travel photography is a creative exploration of natural landscapes, islands, road trips, urban areas and cultural world heritage sites. Vin Images takes you on a beautiful journey around the world, from Melbourne to Rajasthan to the Grand Canyon to the island of Bali, and beyond.
I was born in France and have been captivated by the natural wonders of the world from a young age, especially since moving to Australia many years ago. I am a professionally-trained travel photographer, and have a Diploma of Photo Imaging from CATC Design school in Melbourne (2016).
My style is fresh and vibrant. My approach seeks to capture the essence of being, the world around us and the informal moments in our lives.
I hope you are fond of the very diverse mix of places, cultures, religions and architecture inspired from very different civilisations and times. I am particularly interested when places are completely different but strikingly similar, or have a semblance in some way to each other:
- canyons in Arizona and the Blue Mountains
- urban canals in Venise and Chicago
- temples in Bali and Delhi
- islamic design in Andalusia, Lahore and Agra.
This journal includes travel photography from before I completed my technical studies. Hopefully you will appreciate the photographic evolution of my creativity and technical skills, as I have developed and progressed as a travel photographer.
Please join me as I continue my journey around the world, exploring more beauty and amazing places you may want to discover for yourself, or inspiring you to see familiar places in a new way. I have included plenty of maps to help with orientation, headings and descriptions. Extracts from Wikipedia have been included to help provide context and background information about many of the places visited.
Your comments and feedback on my travel journal are very welcome!
Travel becomes a strategy for accumulating photographs. ~ Susan Sontag
Cultural World Heritage Sites
From Routeburn Trackon
Thank you for posting these beautiful photos, Vincent! What a great job you did of capturing the scenery, which was so hard do justice to with a camera. It’s lovely to be able to see the track just as it was when we hiked. We hope you and James are enjoying life in Sydney and that there are more hiking adventures in store for you.
Diana and Ray