Documenting Your Travel and Vacation in Pictures
IN THIS CHAPTER
Using Portrait mode for nonhuman subjects
Photographing travel cityscapes through hotel windows
Minimizing clutter in your travel photos
Choosing S-curve compositions when traveling
Composing for equidistance
Placing people with more space in front of them
Whether your travel or vacation adventure is across the world or to the next state, documenting your experiences will act as a highly valued time-capsule for future generations.
Do you value those old photo albums from generations past? They give us a glimpse into our family history, especially the fun photos taken by past family members when travelling or on vacation. So, do the same courtesy to our future generations and give them the opportunity for a sense of nostalgia many decades from now.
In this chapter, you discover pro tips for capturing the best ...
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