Taking better travel photos doesn’t have to be complicated. In this guest post, expert photographer Bethany Salvon offers some simple tips for taking better photography – no matter what your skill level is!
Everyone wants to take good travel photos, but most people are frustrated when what they see doesn’t translate accurately onto film or into pixels. Taking good photos takes time and practice.
However, there are some quick tips that can be used to make your photos better right away. It doesn’t matter if you’re taking photos with your phone, a point-and-shoot, or an expensive SLR, some basic photo tips are universal and will help create engaging images that you’ll love.
Sometimes the only difference between a mediocre photo and a great photo is composition. Luckily, this is a very easy issue to fix. When most people take a photo, they put the subject dead center. What you want to do is draw the viewer’s eye into the photo and create an image that is compelling to look at. To do this, try using the rule of thirds.