Improving your travel photos

Improving your travel photos

Improve Travel Photos

If you are anything like me when on a vacation, you like to take a lot of pictures of not only your family but also different sites and attractions of the destination you’re visiting. I’m not one of those people that take pictures of their food, unless it is something amazing looking, to post it on my social media accounts, instead I take these photos for memories. When it comes to some of my travel photos in the past, I will admit that they were pretty bad. It was hard for me to find photos that didn’t have someone with red eyes or that were blurry. With your travel photos, you want to make sure that they come out great as this is something you can look at years later to remissness. If you’re looking for ways that can help improve your vacation photos, you can try these things:

For your travel photos, one way you can improve them is by planning your photo spots ahead of time. What I like to do before leaving for our trip is researching online some great spots in the area that are perfect for pictures. Also if possible I try to use Google Maps Streetview to scout out the area to see what spots look good. For some, you might think this is cheating but if you want great looking travel photos, this is a great way to ensure it. On our last trip down to Hawaii, we visited one of the blow holes on the island of Oahu and were able to get some great photos as I knew what was the best time to visit by researching online.

You can also improve your travel photos by considering the foreground and the background. I’m sure if you look at some of your past vacation photos you will notice someone photo bombing it with them standing in the background. For me I hate when this happens as it sometimes takes away the focus of what you are trying to take a picture of. When taking your photos, don’t rush and take your time to make sure you get the best photo possible. I know this is tough to do especially if you have your kids in the photo as they’re always yelling at you to hurry up, but try to be patient as it will allow you to take a great photo.

For your photos, the camera that you use will also effect how will your photos come out. Back in the days when we used to go on vacations, I used to use those disposable cameras on our trips and I was never happy with the way the photos came out. I recently invested some money and bought a great camera that I now use that allows me to take great photos as well as HD video. I know a lot of camera phones also allow you to do this now as well, but make sure the quality from it is up to your standards.

Another way that you can improve your travel photos is by trying to take them in different angles. For most people when they take a photo, they hold the camera in front of their face and these photos can be boring at times. What might make your pictures look even better is by getting at a higher angle to take them or also a lower angle. You will be surprised by how much better your photos might come out by doing this.

Taking photos while on a trip is a great way to capture memories and by taking great pictures, it will help these memories last even longer.

2016-07-26T17:32:00-06:00August 19th, 2013|0 Comments

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