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First, take a deep breath. Excellent – now I’m going to tell you the good news. Photography basics are just that – basic. You could spend months in a photography class. Or study a dozen books on technique. But there is no need. With a good camera, and a few beginning photography tips, you will be well on the way to taking travel photos you will be proud to show off.
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?
Most vacations offer plenty of stunning scenes to shoot. The first tip in capturing these images is to follow the rule of thirds. This rule basically states that you shouldn’t place the subjects of your photos directly in the middle of the frame. By placing them off-center, you create a more visually appealing photo.
Time Of Day – Get up early and stay late for some great shots. From sunrise to two hours after and the same time before sunset are the optimal times to shoot. The quality of light during these times is great. The soft golden light is more pleasing to the eyes than the harsh mid-day light.
You have selected the type of camera, your next decision is to choose a brand of camera. Some of the major players include Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, Minolta which are very reputable companies. I would recommend Nikon or Canon as the best on the market.
No set of holiday photographs is complete without the classic sunset shot. It’s easy to fall into the trap of waiting for the sun to set and just pressing the shutter. Sure, you can still grab a decent sunset picture, but it actually helps to provide a little foreground interest. For example, why not persuade a local out walking his dog to sit by the water’s edge. Compare the scenes with and without and you will see a huge difference to the impact of your final creation.
By following just a few travel photography tips, you can be sure that you’ll bring home a photo album’s worth of stunning shots of friends, family members, ocean views or mountain scenery. It just takes some practice with your camera, a few new shooting techniques and a willingness to use all the tech tools that come with your photography equipment.