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A concise city travel guide for photographers | Ming Thein

A concise city travel guide for photographers | Ming Thein | Travel Photography | Scoop.it


I’ve been to a lot of places both in the course of my previous life as a wandering professional, as well as more recently as a photographer and occasionally as a tourist. I’ve visited most as a business traveller first, but with a constantly vigilant eye for photographic opportunities. On the whole, some places are more photo-friendly than others; however, every city has its interesting places. What follows is a very brief photography travel guide to some of the more interesting places I’ve been to. It’s organized by city, in alphabetical order. MT


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I have very little comment, because this author has been to a lot more places than I have. It wouldn't be fair for me to express my opinion about a city that I've never been to. Nevertheless, if I had an immediate plan to visit one of the places he's describing, then I'll definitely take his thoughts into consideration.

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Travel Photography ~ Think Outside The Postcard When ...

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11 Responses to “Travel Photography ~ Think Outside The Postcard When Photographing Famous Landmarks” - Add Yours. Thomas Says: April 21st, 2013 at 3:58 am. Great article and timely for me, too. Heading overseas to shoot Finland, ...
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Three Camera Accessories for Travel Photography | WildJunket ...

Three Camera Accessories for Travel Photography | WildJunket ... | Travel Photography | Scoop.it
Not everybody can afford fancy, high-end cameras to take great photos, so here are three camera accessories to help us with our travel photography.
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Some tips for travel photography | Frank Doorhof

Some tips for travel photography | Frank Doorhof | Travel Photography | Scoop.it

 

Let me start off by telling you that I don’t think of myself as a great travel photographer, my main focus is fashion/glamour and teaching those areas of photography. However thanks to my work I do travel a lot and over the years I’ve been building a portfolio from the shots I take during the trips that I even feature on my website, meaning that I really like those shots. Of course most of the images I took 2-3 years ago are now replaced by new ones, and the new ones I like a lot better so I’m learning every trip. During my seminar “being creative and getting the shot” there is a lot of attention for some parts of travel/street photography and people respond very positive to this part of the seminar, so I thought it would be fun to share some tips on the blog, I hope it will help you out on your next trip/vacation to take better shots. And remember that ALL these techniques also translate to model/fashion/glamour photography.


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Pavel Gospodinov's comment, January 7, 2013 6:39 AM
Really useful!
Ji Woong Jang's curator insight, April 30, 2013 11:59 AM

As you click this  page, there are many beautiful shots from different angles!

It means we can take more interesting shots by changing your position even if you are on the same spot! It is really useful!

Geir Ertzgaard's curator insight, November 13, 5:11 AM
Noen gode tips om reisefoto, selv om jeg alltid har ment at reisefoto bare er foto på et annet sted.
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Best Travel Photos Of The Week: Globe-Trotting By Land, Sea And Air - Huffington Post Canada

Best Travel Photos Of The Week: Globe-Trotting By Land, Sea And Air - Huffington Post Canada | Travel Photography | Scoop.it
Best Travel Photos Of The Week: Globe-Trotting By Land, Sea And Air
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One of the great things about travel is that there are many ways to do it.
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