Tag: Team Flytographer

Photographer Q&A Series: Roberta in Rome

“I love this part of my job, as photography doesn’t really make sense for me without people. It is a way for me to know better other human beings who always fascinate me, to travel and to be myself. This is what it means to be creative.” – Flytographer Roberta in Rome

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Living 30 Days as a Digital Nomad

“Have you ever felt the need to pick up your life and shake it out a bit? To lift up the rock and see what’s underneath? I decided this was the year I was ready to strip off my day-to-day routine and go skinny-dipping in the unknown.” Read on for our Global Recruiter’s story of leaving daily life behind and moving to Colombia for 30 days.

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Flytographer’s Top 10 Startup Moments of 2017

2017 was a big year for Flytographer – our team at HQ and abroad grew, we captured more vacation memories than ever before, and we received exciting awards and acknowledgements sprinkled throughout the year. Read on for CEO Nicole Smith’s reflections on some of Flytographer’s biggest moments of 2017!

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Team Flytographer Travel Moments of 2017

At Flytographer, not only do we capture the memories of thousands of travellers, but we are travellers ourselves. This year the HQ team in Victoria touched down all over the world, and we marked the adventures along the way with our own Flytographer shoot (of course). Get to know the team at HQ by checking out our favourite personal travel moments of 2017.

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Flytographer’s First Annual Garden Party

On a beautiful summer evening in Victoria, BC, the Flytographer team came together for the first annual garden party to celebrate the successes of this year and have a bit of fun while enjoying a lovely dinner al fresco in founder Nicole’s garden. Click through for all the gorgeous photos and a letter from Nicole.

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Photographer Q&A Series: Kate in St. Petersburg

“I think it’s important to embrace who you are rather than try to pretend to be someone else for the camera so I don’t like to over edit and prefer to keep everything natural. My favorite genre is street photography because it is completely unpredictable and unposed, so I like to use the same principle in my portrait shoots. ” – Kate in St. Petersburg

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