Travel Photography

Traveling is an exciting concept to most photographers. New cultures, scenery, and most excitingly, people to see. It’s brilliant to see photographers document their adventures with photographs…that is, it’s great when they do it well. Too often it feels like you aren’t looking at a travel photographers images, but merely a holiday goers. While on holiday, which you can book using Tours4fun coupon codes, make the most of your surroundings! Here’s some advice to make sure you bring back the best shots from your next adventure:

1. Go and explore!:

Forget tours, or recommended sites, go and explore. As a photographer, it’s your job to love the undiscovered. The single best thing to do is to find an interesting starting point, and just start walking. You’re guaranteed to find new and exciting places and people.

2. Shoot in the AM and PM:

The goal of photography is to make each shot unique, and special, in some way. A great way to get some contrast in shots in your photography, is to shoot in the early morning as well as the late night. You’d be surprised by how much of a different perspective you’ll receive.

3. Respect:

Respect for your surroundings, the people, and your subject is paramount. This is not your home, you are a guest, so act like one. Also, take into consideration that some people won’t appreciate you. They won’t want you walking around taking photos of their villages, houses, or in fact, them. Don’t take this personally – they aren’t being offensive, they just aren’t comfortable with you. That’s ok.

4. Mix it up:

Sure, the foreign scenery is gorgeous, but is that really all you want to photograph? There’s so much more interesting things going on around you. Foreign food can be very interesting to photograph, especially the type which is aesthetically intriguing.

To summarize, don’t be boring, and go explore. Find new destinations, and capture the adventure involved in the discovery. Venture out at night, and in the early morning. Both provide beautiful conditions for photography. Capture a range of exciting things, don’t go for just scenery, and don’t just take portraits either. Shoot what you want, when you want, as long as the people it affect don’t mind. The worst thing you can do is offend. This isn’t acceptable, if someone doesn’t want you to photograph them, no matter how interesting they are or how much you are willing to pay, then just walk away. It doesn’t matter. There’s enough beauty in the world for everyone.

3 thoughts on “Travel Photography

  1. Deli

    Informative post :) I take note of number 2. It hadn’t occurred to me before to shoot photos both during am and pm. Thanks for this tip :) Thanks also for the visit.

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  2. analou

    I am a wife of a photographer and he did landscaping photography every chance he had. I’ve been to several locations where my husband took photos and you’re right if you want to take the best landscape possible, it usually takes place during early morning as soon as the sun rises and before it sets.

    Thans for this info. If you want to check out my hubby’s site it’s http://www.dennisdilaura.com/

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