Travel Photography – Tip#2
There is something about patterns that is extremely appealing to the human brain. We are drawn to patterns in colors, shapes of clouds and symmetry in buildings among many other things. To make your travel photographs unique you need to master the art of patterns and composition well. You also want to follow basic rules such as ensuring your camera is level so that you don’t get wonky horizons and minimize on the movements so that ultimately you don’t get blurry images. Experiment with different compositions every time and try including the foreground, middling ground and backgrounding elements into your shoot. You can shoot from different distances starting from a wide shot and then tighten things up. This, of course, depends on what you encounter on your journey.