[VIDEO] Travel Talk with Terri: Basic Travel Photography Tips

The Brooklyn Bridge, structure and cables.

Capture The Details: The Brooklyn Bridge, structure and cables.

Those of us who enjoy travel photography and are either pursuing it professionally, or are just enthusiasts put a lot of time and energy into learning their camera and their craft. This involves continuing education, workshops, and a huge amount of time actually practicing taking photos. In the beginning, a lot of us carry around our cameras where ever we go. That’s the only way to get better. Practice makes perfect.

However, that does not mean I can’t offer a few basic tips on how to capture great travel photos. I will focus on (1) getting close, (2) filling the frame, (3) capturing the details, and (4) beating the rush. Welcome to this episode of Travel Talk with Terri: Very Basic Travel Photography Tips.

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Lace Making in Bruges

People and Fill The Frame: Traditional lace making in Bruges. This is an example of a person who represents the location, giving you a sense of place.

Do you have travel related questions? Are you looking for travel tips? If so, let me know! And, I’ll answer them on Travel Talk with Terri. 

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About Terri Lundberg

Terri Lundberg is an American expat currently residing with her husband in Saudi Arabia, but she calls Seattle and San Diego home. She’s a travel writer, an avid photographer and is a resource and cross cultural trainer to expats relocating to Saudi Arabia. She's been to 100 destinations, 26 countries, and counting.

Comments

  1. Great advise. “It’s not the wand, it’s the magician” 🙂
    Beautiful images