What's your best photo tip?
Take your photos in the early morning or the late afternoon. Forget about those 'middle-of-the-day' photos.
My tip: take lots of photos and don't over-edit. You don't know what you'll find later that is great that you earlier thought wasn't.
The main point of this post was to reply to semicolon's comment about velcro for a tripod. I just found an awesome tripod at Best Buy called the "Gorillapod." It's pretty much a bendy tripod--each leg has a bunch of linked spheres that can be rotated any way you like, so you can wrap it around railings or tree branches or set it up like a normal tripod. Plus, it's small. I was skeptical at first, but it was incredibly useful when I took pictures of fireworks and Christmas lights on New Year's Eve from a hotel balcony. Plus, it makes my camera look like it's just stepped out of War of the Worlds.
There are only two emotions in a plane: boredom and terror. ~Orson Welles
Also if you trust a fellow traveler..exchange your camera...ask them to take some candid shots of you instead of posing. Most of my "posed" photos are as a result of somebody asking me to take their pic and after I have done that they automatically take my camera and say your turn now.I just smile...its good to have some of those too...
"The difference between loneliness and solitude is your perception of who you are alone with and who made the choice." --anonymous quote
Forgive me if someone has already posted this tip - didn't have time to read them all
There's still time to change the road you're on....
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