Going on a vacation is something that will help you create more memories, some of which will remain with you for a very long time. New experiences will also help you strengthen your bond with your family and friends.
To help you remember the good times, it is important that you document your journey. And that is something you should do via photography. Taking good photos does not always have to be difficult. After all, the more beautiful the picture is, the more value or memory it will hold.
So whether you have an annual pass in Sentosa or you visit Europe regularly, here are some photography tips that you may want to keep in mind.
Change the angle
Photos tend to be boring when you see the same angle over and over again. So instead of the usual panorama or portrait, you may want to tilt your camera a bit to get that interesting angle. Angular shots work best when taking photos of patterns and crowds.
It is okay to take selfies—go ahead. After all, it is your camera. But if you want something reflective of your trip, you may want to take photos of interesting subjects—the type that will tell a story. For one, you can document the locals, the roads you have trodden on, the buildings (the old ones!), and of course, the food!
Consider black and white
If you want a bit of drama in your photo, tap the black and white setting of your camera and take pictures. This effect works best if you are taking pictures of the locals’ daily life or you just want to freeze a significant moment in time (i.e. your significant other’s candid laughter).
These are only some of the things you may want to keep in mind if you ‘re going to take good vacation pictures. One more tip: never stop photographing!