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?
There’s been an onslaught of new cameras lately. Seems like there's a new one out every other week. New features that you supposedly can’t live without. But, no one is asking an important question. Can a new camera make you a better photographer?
Most photographers paint a very rosy picture of travel and photography of people. Beautiful places, friendly locals. They talk about how they connect with different cultures so effortlessly. The truth, the hard truth, is that things aren’t always so ideal.