Simon and Lisa Thomas of 2ridetheworld.com share their stories from their epic, 15-year journey as well as their editing techniques using Luminar.
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Download their wanderlust-inducing ebook, Capture: Adventures in Photography, to learn more about their rugged travels, their gear, their photography and editing techniques, and of course, the world's most spectacular locations they've visited.
The world is a magnificent place full of things that can surprise you—a wild animal saying hello, a new friend who hardly speaks your language, a majestic view that greets you from your tent in the morning. It can change your view of the world; it can open your mind to possibilities. Even the most high-risk ones are worth exploring.
Simon and Lisa Thomas, the couple who packed up their lives 15 years ago and is riding around the world in their motorbikes, know this firsthand. And the stories and incredible photos, many of which they edit with Luminar, they have to share are proof of it. So we had our own Kevin LaRue, VP of Int'l Bus Dev for Skylum, sit down with them to chat about their experiences.
Make no mistake, though. This isn't just a typical travel video that you see all over YouTube. Besides talking about their travel experiences, Simon and Lisa also showcase a few of their best shots and how exactly they edited them on Luminar, making this a photo editing tutorial video as well.
If you've been dreaming about traveling full-time (or even part-time) while honing your photography skills (let's face it, who isn't?!), this video is a must watch to get you started. Get ready to be amazed and inspired.
Download Simon and Lisa's wanderlust-inducing ebook, Capture: Adventures in Photography, NOW to learn more about their rugged travels, their gear, their photography and editing techniques, and of course, the world's most spectacular locations they've visited.
Click here for more of Simon and Lisa's epic photographs.