FIAP Online Presentation - Travel Photography with Richard I’Anson

Presented by the FIAP Photo Academy Online Events - Travel Photography with Richard I’Anson on Presented by the FIAP Photo Academy Online Events on Saturday 25th May 2024 at 11:00 am.

Richard is a documentary travel photographer who has built a career on his twin passions for travel and photography. Over the past 38 years he has travelled the world, amassing a substantial and compelling collection of images of people and places in more than 100 countries on all seven continents.

His images are published worldwide in books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, calendars, posters, cards and websites. Richard has published thirteen books including five editions of the best-selling Lonely Planet Guide to Travel Photography and the large format pictorials: Australia: 42 Great Landscape Experiences, Nepal and India: essential encounters.

Richard was one of five photographers selected for the first series of the National Geographic Channel television series Tales by Light (now showing on Netflix). He is a Master of Photography awarded by the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP), an Ambassador for the Australian Himalayan Foundation and represents Canon Australia as a Canon Master Photographer.

Richard runs workshops teaching all aspects of travel photography for individuals and small groups and leads photography tours to Australian and international destinations. He is also much sought after as a speaker & judge for photography and travel industry events and competitions.

His photography is represented by Getty Images and AWL Images. When he’s not on the road he lives in Sydney, Australia. For more information about Richard and his photography log onto (his website) 

The presentation will focus on Richard’s career as a travel photographer including getting started, selling stock, setting up Lonely Planet Images, photo tours and publishing and a selection of images to illustrate what, why and how I shoot.To register to attend (click here)