There is more to travel photography than taking pictures. Travel photography helps document places visited on holiday by capturing the moment in a click. It immortalizes an experience through an eye that is sharper than your capacity to see. And, most importantly, it evokes the emotion of the trip each and every time you look at your pictures.
In addition to transporting distant boarders within the four walls of your home, photographs frame the past within the present, portray sensations, mark horizons, and narrate stories. In short, photography is a journey within your subjective view of the world, which can be printed in black and white or in color and used to explore limits as well as possibilities.
Look around, select a subject and capture the moment. Give yourself up to the lens and let your mind wander through a multicolored reality made up of shadows, light, vertical lines and horizons.
Here are a few tips to get you started:What to photograph
The next time you pick up the camera, try to communicate the things that are significant to you: an immense landscape, high adrenaline activities or the emotions of a foreign land. Photography is nothing more than an instrument that facilitates understanding of oneself as well as the world around us. And it helps you to tell a story, your story.