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3 Ways to Simplify Travel Photography

3 Ways to Simplify Travel Photography

3 Ways to Simplify Travel Photography

 

Photographers who are constantly moving to new locations include the typical workflow of the composition should change at times when applied on the road. If you explore travel photography and looking to simplify the process, here are 3 quick and easy ways to do this:

Speed ​​Control: Do not waste your time and dragging energy around a heavy backpack or a camera full of unnecessary tools that you do not even use. Is what you really need to pack two different DSLRs for a hiking trip? Probably not. Our advice is to really consider your creative vision and the type of captures you want to create and try to narrow down your options on a camera and a single lens.
Tripod Disorders – In the same vein as removing the camera and lens choice, deciding to carry a tripod is also (perhaps unnecessarily) weighed. If possible, try choosing a camera that has a built-in stabilization mode.
Stay Loaded – This is probably one of the most common and easily avoidable mistakes made by travel photographers. There is nothing more frustrating than having to reduce your process because the device is dead. Always assume, and always pack additional batteries.