Traveling is expensive. Photo gear is not cheap either. So what can a freelance travel photographer do in order to make ends meet, when he has to travel to remote locations to create work that, hopefully, some client will buy?
This is the question that Matt Moreland tried to answer in an article I recently found while browsing the Web, titled “10 Ways to Save Money as a Freelance Travel Photographer”. I though Matt’s suggestions would be useful to anyone who loves to travel and can’t count on a lavish budget, so I asked him to be a guest on the show.
Matt Moreland is a travel and lifestyle photographer from Toronto, Canada. After travelling to Peru to hike Machu Picchu he spent 3 months living out of a Jeep across Canada and the Western United States. His appetite for road trips and photography has him currently working on a number of ad campaigns for major car brands such as Land Rover and Toyota. He is currently planning his next adventure, an extended East Coast road trip through Canada and the US in the fall with his dog Lucy.
Duration 39m 34s.
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