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Taking Pictures While On Vacation Or Traveling

Published on 2/21/2014
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Taking pictures while on vacation or traveling


When we go on vacation documentation of the places we have been is important.  That documentation takes the form of picture taking as we move from place to place.  However most of us fall into one of two categories:


We either take too much of one scene ignoring the simple things or we take no pictures at all. It is suggested that one of the ways to ensure you have quality pictures of your vacation  is to use an actual camera as against your iPhone which is always handy but sometimes leaves you at a disadvantage when it comes to quality.


There are smartphones that take great pictures but with a camera you won’t be tempted or compelled to be checking your email or social media. I have a smartphone which takes excellent pictures so it is unlikely that I would go the route of purchasing a camera.


Exercising patience

“Take your time when composing a shot,” says travel photographer Wendy Connett. “When looking through the viewfinder, make sure your horizons are straight. Make sure there are no distracting elements in the background or around the sides of the frame, such as an errant elbow or telephone pole.”

Tips to focus on

Ensure when you are taking landscape pictures that you include people in your pictures, especially those traveling with you. This helps to recreate memories in later years and is more impacting.

Work with spontaneity. Instead of having someone  posing for a  picture capture them when they are doing something unplanned…..when they are unaware that you are taking a picture. Memories are made of this.

Look for the unusual around you that will create a difference and take close ups.

Ask others traveling with you to take pictures of you in the scene. It says you were there.

You can create many themes from your surroundings depending on what you see.

Ultimately as photographers newbie, freelance or professional, a lot depends on our personality and what we focus on from different perspectives. We see different things and different things appeal differently to different people and we create accordingly.


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