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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 16 - 2021

Parades Photography

Parades Photography



A parade is a festivity where we can photograph many interesting objects, whether it be the people in the parade or the audience. So what are the things we should pay attention and should prepare for when about to photograph a parade? Here are a few useful tips:

1.Find information of parade events. If available, ask for a travel calendar from your local tourism office. You can also go online or look for information in the newspaper.

2.Ready your “combat gear.” These include:

-Memory cards and backup batteries.

-All-around zoom lens (18-200mm lens for instance). Because you’re usually confined in the crowd when photographing parades and the all-around lens will ease in photographing tough angles.

-Mobile phone with a full battery for communication or for when you split from your crowd (when photographing in groups).

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