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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 30 - 2018
Mainstream Tourist Pose

Mainstream Tourist Pose

Travelling is an exciting experience, even months after when you’re home skimming through your travel’s photo album. But your photo collection will look boring if you only took run-in-the-mill touristy photos that look like postcards you can easily get at airports and bookstores.

Here are some things you should avoid as a photographer when travelling so you can end up with an exciting photo collection of your trip to view for years to come: Read the rest of this entry »

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Travel Photography Tips : How To Capture Extraordinary Travel Photos

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On March - 29 - 2018

Travel Photography Tips - How To Capture Extraordinary Travel Photos

Travel Photography Tips - How To Capture Extraordinary Travel Photos


There are many ways to maximize the travel photographs from the cameras we own, even if we only own a simple pocket camera. There are probably many of you who have learned and applied these tips that I’m about to give, but I’m sure there are also plenty of you who still shoot at whims without any preparations or distinct goals that will support a great end result.

Here I present some general tips on travel photography that will help you in getting satisfying results: Read the rest of this entry »

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