Travel Photography 101 8.5/18

19 09 2008

Confessions, musings and tips from a snap-happy wanderer.

A particularly full moon as seen from St Mark’s Square, Venice (or perhaps just a street light)

Whether you use photo albums or your laptop, the more diversity you have in your photographs the more rewarding the collection can be for you and the more entertaining for your guests. You obviously still want to capture the main sights and icons, but get artsy and look for the unusual. Watch for shadows, street signs, silhouettes, colours or just unusual shapes or objects. Look all around you and include a few of these in your final presentation and see if your guests can identify what you have snapped.


Photo and post by: Simon Vaughan




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