Ugo Cei

Helping photography enthusiasts sharpen their skills, so that they can take amazing pictures.

Crete Senesi, Tuscany, Italy

Why Nature Photographers should go for Quantity over Quality

Ugo Cei makes a compelling arguments why Nature Photographers should take lots of photos at all times of day.
April 19, 2019/by Ugo Cei
Near Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe, Scotland

Travel Photography: What to Do When the Weather Sucks

With the right attitude and a few tricks, you can come away with great travel photos under any type of weather or light condition.
November 14, 2018/by Ugo Cei
Landscape photography at Black Sand Basin, Yellowstone National Park Wyoming by Jay Patel

What to look for in a Photography Workshop

Planning to go on your next photography workshop? Check out this article by Ugo Cei.
April 6, 2018/by Ugo Cei
When To Use High ISO for Nature Photography Blog Post by Kate Silvia

Night Photography of Stars with Moonlight

Ugo Cei shows us how to use moonlight can be used to light up the foreground and capture stars for night photography.
February 19, 2018/by Ugo Cei
Sharqiya Sands (Wahiba Sands), Oman

Photographing the Desert

So you are about to take a trip to the desert....Here are few suggestion from travel photographer Ugo Cei about what how to photograph the desert scene.
September 5, 2017/by Ugo Cei
Sunset over Hydra island, Greece

A Simple Lightroom Workflow For Colorful Images

Ugo Cei shares his simple Lightroom workflow to produce some stunning images with vibrant but natural looking colors.
July 14, 2017/by Ugo Cei

How to Capture Great Photos at All Times of Day

Ugo Cei gives some easy to follow guidance on how to come away with great photos in any light conditions.
February 22, 2017/by Ugo Cei

Tips for Getting Started in Travel Photography

Ugo Cei offers some expert advice for getting started in travel photography and making the best use of your time in the field.
December 21, 2016/by Ugo Cei

Photoshop: Technique for Manual Blending

Ugo Cei shares a simple technique for blending two images in Photoshop using Layers & Masks.
June 30, 2015/by Ugo Cei
Full Moon Castle

3 Tips for Photographing Moonrise

Ugo Cei give some very useful photography tips for capturing the elusive moon rise with proper details in the foreground.
May 11, 2015/by Ugo Cei
Ugo Cei's Portrait

If you were to ask me what do I do, I would say that I am an educator who helps photography enthusiasts sharpen their skills, so that they can take amazing pictures.

I do this in various ways. First of all, by providing a wealth of free content here on Visual Wilderness and on my own website.

I lead photography tours and workshops to some cool destinations, including ScotlandVenice, Cappadocia, Oman, Greece, Kenya, and others.

My latest creative outlet is a podcast called Closing The_Gap. Every Wednesday, me and my friend Fabrizia Costa will discuss topics like what it means to have talent, or a lack of it; finding and developing a personal style; daring to produce something out of the ordinary; evoking emotions and connecting to people through photographs; dealing with criticism; achieving recognition and commercial success.

I also co-host and publish a weekly podcast about travel photography, The Traveling Image Makers. Every week, we pick the brains of famous and not-so-famous travel photographers to learn what it means to travel for the love of photography and photograph for the love of travel.

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