Complementing the talents of our travel writers, Urban Travel Blog’s team of contributing travel photographers chronicle the city experience in arresting images courtesy of their perceptive lenses.

In order to showcase their talents UTB now publish regular Photo Stories, whilst many of the photographers below have also lent their images towards enhancing our city guides and feature articles.

Keven Erickson & Krystyna Dul (Photographers)

A photographic partnership based in Luxembourg, Keven and Krystyna use photography as an art form, a commercial enterprise and as a journalist tool on their travels. For UTB they have covered Krakow, Sofia, Chiang Mai and of course Luxembourg, and you can find out more about them (with links to all their stories) here.

Francisco Goncalves (Photographer)

Venezuelan photographer Francisco Goncalves gave up working in TV and advertising in Caracas to concentrate on his career as photojournalist. Currently based in Barcelona his photos have appeared in newspapers around the world… as well as on Urban Travel Blog. Check his stories here.

Anna Spysz (Photographer)

An editor and journalist by trade, and avid traveller, Anna also knows her way around a camera often shooting the pics for her own scoops for local and international media. You can read more about Anna here.

Magda Wrzeszcz (Photographer)

A Polish-born London resident with a strong imagination, Magda is an active new media junkie as well as an avid shutterbug. Read more about Magda here.

Monika Chodakowska (Photographer)

Epicurean and engineer, Monika Chodakowska has called Poland, Italy, Denmark and the UK home during her many travels. She has recently picked up photography with stunning effects. Here’s more on Monika.

Pablo Bermejo (Photographer)

Originally an actor by trade, Spanish photographer Pablo Bermejo recently headed north from his native Murcia to Barcelona to pursue his photographic career. As well as building his own portfolio, Pablo is a founding member of the Street Project BCN team. Full profile here.

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