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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 3 - 2022
Travelling photography tips for beginners

Travelling photography tips for beginners

At times, you may find that your friends’ collection of travelling photos look strikingly similar to ones on postcards which can be easily brought in airports when they come back home. This is a common thing since while holidaying; they usually try to take images or photos of iconic places where they actually go.

What is the most impressive thing from a travelling? Is it the food, the building, the traditional attire, transportation, or the uniqueness of local people’s customs? Yup, travelling is indeed a very fun activity even when you just recall the memory from the images of your journey compiled in your photo album.

You need to think “beyond the postcards” when you enjoy your next vacation or travelling and try to create iconic photos, stories, and memories of yourself. Here we are with some tips on photography which can assist you to do it right. Read the rest of this entry »

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