Travel photography blogger Trey Ratcliff to talk at TEDxQueenstown

Trey Ratcliff, the author of the No 1 travel photography blog named ‘Stuck in Customs’ is all set to speak at TEDxQueenstown event on 19th April, Sunday. Ratcliff is the newest to be declaring in a richness of speakers coming down upon Queenstown sometime later this month at the independently organized version of TED talks, another development to have taken the internet by force.

Speakers have near about 18 minutes to scream their audience – something that might prove tricky for the adventuresome photographer who has travelled places like Zurich and Antarctica and snapped most places in between.

Trent Yeo, the TEDxQueenstown organizer, told that he was ‘excited’ to declare Ratcliff as part of the line-up. He told that there is a huge range of performers and speakers at the event this year and Trey is a great addition. He added that Queenstown somehow attracts very influential and purposeful people so it was great they could invite a local to address what he shares to his global community, but in person.

Trey is also known as a pioneer in High Dynamic Range photography, a technique whereby several levels of light are clicked of a single scene and after that combined into a single photo. The final image is highly detailed as well as more closely resembles how one would recall a scene in your mind.

Earlier this year, he spent 3 weeks by clicking pictures in Antarctica. The tour included survival training, as well as overcoming the daily challenge.

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