There’s one thing you can do to instantly make your travel photos more engaging. It involves, “Getting on eye-level with the action."
Like many of us, I used to waste sooo much time on post-processing. I’d tweak those sliders and I’d experiment endlessly without a clear goal.
The internet is full of beautiful photos these days. Wth all the technological advances, beautiful images aren’t so hard to create any more. But, are those images going to touch your viewers? Will they be remembered for more than a day?
You might have seen countless videos about travel photography tips here on Youtube. Most of them touch on more or less the same stuff, which is either fairly obvious or pretty banal.
Today the idea of limiting the number of photos you take during a photoshoot is… It doesn't make sense. Memory cards are cheap. Storage is cheap. And of course shooting more photos means more opportunities to get something special. Right? Yes. Well, kind of. It’s not as simple as that.
Setting goals during a travel photoshoot, or any photoshoot for that matter is very important. It can really increase your chances of creating amazing images. But, travel photography is so spontaneous sometimes. You might ask “How can I set goals?” You can. You already do. However you should do it more consciously and with more purpose. I’ll tell you why.