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Top Travel Photography Lessons To Learn Before You Fly

Top Travel Photography Lessons To Learn Before You Fly - Here's 13 tutorials to help you perfect your travel photography technique today.

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As many will be starting to jet-off to warmer climates in search of sea, sun and some scenic shots to photograph, we thought we'd put together a collection of top travel tutorials you really should have a look at before you head-off with your case packed and photographic gear in your backpack, roller case or shoulder bag.  

Notre Dame
Photo by Robin Whalley

Great Travel Photography Tips Not To Be Missed

Shooting great travel images isn’t just about taking nice pictures overseas; it’s about creating images that convey a sense of place and culture.

Photos by David Clapp

Photographing Portraits On Your Travels

Tips on how to successfully photograph the people who live in the place you're travelling to.

Meat Plank
Photo by David Burleson
 

How To Take Awesome Travel Food Photography Shots

Instead of just capturing shots of family members in pools and on the beach, why not turn your attention to food photography and capture some mouth-watering images of the plates you're served and stalls you pass on trips. 

Archaeological site
Photo by David Clapp

Photographing Historical Ruins On Your Travels

Historical ruins are an interesting photographic subject to capture and are something you'll find in the UK's countryside and seaside towns as well as in more exotic locations. 

Egypt
Photo by David Clapp


How To Keep Shooting During Those Hot, Sunny Days

If you're heading off on holiday here are a few tips to help you keep taking photos when it's hot outside.

Lake
Photo by Robin Whalley


How To Plan A Photographic Holiday

Robin Whalley shares his tips on planning a successful photographic holiday either here in the UK or abroad. 

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Why You Need A Polarising Filter For Travel

While out on your travels, alongside your camera, tripod and camera bag, one item you should ensure is packed is the polarising filter.

Boat
Photo by Peter Bargh
 

Drew Gardner Travel Photography Tips

Take a look at photographer Drew Gardner's top five tips for photographers on their travels. 

Pencil artist


8 Safety Tips For When Traveling With A Camera 

Here's a quick list of tips to help you keep your camera safe while on holiday.

Grand CanariaPhoto by Peter Bargh

Even More Top Travel Photography Tips

We talk to the team behind Photograph The World Newsletter to find out what their top travel tips are.

Man with pipe
Photo by David Clapp

8 Top Tips To Help You Improve Your Travel Photography

When shooting travel images, as well as showing people back home that you had a really great time and that it was sunny everyday, try capturing shots that convey a sense of place and culture as well. 

Boat
Photo by David Clapp
 

Basic But Essential Travel Photography Tips

Here are a few handy hints that will help make sure that all of your summer holiday photography goes off without a hitch. 
 
Boat ocean
Photo by David Clapp


10 Top Holiday Photography Tips You Must Check Out

Professional photographer Drew Gardner shares 10 more top holiday photography tips.




 

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