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The best souvenir that we can take home from our travels is always our memories. That’s why travel photography is so important: it helps us reimmerse ourselves in those breathtaking moments and experience them all over again, even when we’re back home. But what’s the difference between a normal holiday photo and an amazing travel shot? How can you take a great photo yourself? Take only memories, leave only footprints. It’s not to say that typical photos of tourist attractions aren’t beautiful, but most people will have seen them hundreds of times before on postcards or Google. Here are some tricks that will make your photos truly unique so you don’t bore your friends and family with pictures they’ve all seen before when you get back: TIP 1: CHANGE OF PERSPECTIVE A tip that’s easy to take on board but nevertheless surprisingly effective. Most photos are taken from chest or eye level. That’s the perspective that we’re most used to. It also comes down to the fact that this is the angle we see things from in everyday life. So what happens if you take a picture from a squatted position? Lying on the ground? Or simply lifting the camera far above your head? You’ll be amazed at how mu
Always be on the look for the most memorable things!
Ein Mann in gelber Jacke fotografiert eine Frau, die auf dem Rücken eines Pferdes sitzt
Pictures with friends are a lot more personal.
New perspective: Don't be just the photographer; get yourself in the shot!
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