Whenever someone comes back from a vacation and wants you to look at their photos, you probably groan a little on the inside. (Yes, you do.) But why is that? Well, it might have to do with the fact that pretty much all travel photos look exactly the same. You know, the slightly crooked shots of landmarks, the stiffly posed group shots in front of vistas, the unflattering “candid” shots of people blinking and chewing. No thanks.
When you travel, you might feel the urge to share your journey with others. That’s natural. So, if you’re going to share your photos with people, make sure you do it right by taking some seriously awesome shots.
You can experiment by taking photos at different times of day for different light qualities.
If you want to take pictures of people, please ask first.
It’s also a good idea to carry an instant film camera. That way, you can share your photos with people right there!
Get rid of obnoxious tourists.
If you’re in a touristy area, you might find your perfect shot plagued with backpacks, maps, cameras, and that one guy taking photos with his iPad (you know that guy), but there’s actually an easy way to clear a room using your camera and Photoshop. Please don’t attempt to clear any rooms physically.
The video below, put together by the Cooperative of Photography, has some very simple tricks for upping your photography game. They cover everything from keeping your camera safe from damage and theft, to backing up your images, and of course, all the possibilities of shooting the photos.
This quick video shows you how to get some seriously awesome shots wherever you go.
Now that you’re a pro, you’ll be able to shoot beautiful, dynamic images anywhere in the world. If you’re self-conscious about anything, just put on some sunglasses and tell people you’re shooting for a magazine. You can learn even more photography tricks on the Cooperative of Photography’s YouTube channel, which aims to teach good photography habits to everyone.Disclaimer: All information, data and material contained, presented, or provided on EyeOpening.info is for educational purposes only. It is not to be construed or intended as providing medical or legal advice. Decisions you make about your family's healthcare are important and should be made in consultation with a competent medical professional. We are not physicians and do not claim to be. Any views expressed here-in are not necessarily those held by EyeOpening.info