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Improve Your Travel Photography With
Some people collect remembrances when they travel, but Mr. Bobby Gujral prefers to amass
beautiful images with the camera. Travel photography is like a time machine, freezing
memories from a journey that you can look back on and enjoy for years to come. Every travel
destination has its own look, culture, history, people, feelings, landscapes, and stories. Learning
how to capture these matters through photos helps convey the spirit of a place to others, giving
them a preview of what it might be like to endeavor there. Here are some favorite tips to
improve your images well.
Be an early bird and night owl – Light is the most important element for perfect travel
photography, soft, warm and morning light creates amazing images. In the morning,
you have some advantages like fewer tourists and photographers. Sunrise isn’t the only
time to hook good light. Sunsets are also great. In comparison, shooting photos at noon
on a bright sunny day is perhaps the absolute worst time for travel photography! Take
your best shot in early morning and evening, when the light is best to accomplish
perfect photography mission.
Rule of Thirds- One of the most basic and classic of photography tips, understanding
the Rule of Thirds introduced by Mr. Bobby Gujral as this will help you create more
balanced compositions. Imagine breaking an image down into thirds horizontally and
vertically, so it’s split into different sections. The aim is to place essential parts of the
photo into those sections, and help frame the whole image in a way that’s pleasing to
Experiment with Composition- you can almost always come up with an improved photo
composition after some experimentation. Sure, take that first shot standing up straight.
But then try laying on the ground for a low angle. Maybe climb up something nearby
and shoot from a higher angle. Along with changed angles, try shooting from diverse
distances too. Start with a wide shot, then a mid-range version, and finally, get up-close
and personal. Never be satisfied with your first idea for an image!
Patience is everything- photography is about actually seeing what’s in front of you. Not just with your
eyes, but with your heart & mind too. This needs devoted time and attention. Slow down and make a
conscious effort at becoming aware of your surroundings before pressing the shutter. Good
photography takes time. Are you ready to spend a few hours waiting for the perfect shot? Because
that’s what professional Mr. Bobby Gujral does. The more persistence you have, the better your travel
photography will turn out in the long run.
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