Have you ever heard of one of the best types of photography around? Looking to jumpstart your photography? Looking to make the most of your next vacation? Than you should be trying your hand at candid photography!
An obvious, but often overlooked aspect of Bora Bora photos is getting to know your subject. I don’t mean planning weeks ahead the best way to get to your destination and the best time to go (although this is important too). What do you do once you get there? Walk around the scene. Look at the angles. Look at the people. Speak to people. Become part of the scene. Think about the message you are trying to convey, and the way you want to convey it. Is it about the place itself or the people that live there? Are you looking at the broader picture or the finer details? Or both?
The grieving widow of an Indian Emperor built the tomb. Here you can see the love for gardens and fountains the Mughals brought to India. The tomb was built around 1565 AD.
Dust is the bain of the photographers life so when out in the field, you don’t want to be changing lens and letting dust in. Pick a suitable lens for your shoot and stick with it.
Lighting is an important part of any picture you are taking. This can be an issue in locations such as a beach or on the open ocean for example. I try to follow the rule of getting up early and staying up late on all of my vacations. It’s just too difficult to plan your whole vacation around dusk and dawn. You can however try and visit locations that you are interested in during the early morning or late evening hours. I always have enjoyed sun setting shots as they always seem to add a spectacular element to my pictures. So, you’ll find the taking your photos at dusk add the extra little element of shadowing in your shots.
Select the brand, model and type and then find out the average price you should pay for it. Head to Google, run a keyword check ” Nikon D300 Price in AUD”. This wil bring up many listings which will guide you in the price you should pay for this particular model and type. If buying online, E-bay is reputable but due-diligence is recommended when purchasing anything online.
My times in Delhi were spent on the streets of the city in both Old and New Delhi. Take a guide and visit the local places were tourists tend not to visit and you will be treated to some exceptional scenes and memories. But always when photographing in foreign places please respect the people and culture. Here are a few of my tips on travel photography.