Vacationers sometimes miss great photo opportunities, are challenged when photographing their children, have problems photographing in churches and museums due to poor lighting, and trouble photographing museum collections protected by glass due to reflection. Ned Levi has 4 techniques for solving these problems of travel photography.
With the Independence Day this week in the US, many locations throughout the nation will have spectacular fireworks shows, a staple of the day. Ned Levi has updated his list of tips to help you capture the fireworks show wherever you’re visiting.
Ned Levi notes that many travel sites now ban the use of tripods and monopods, and discusses alternatives, so you are able to take sharp, detailed photographs even for night photography, when using long lenses on your DSLR, low light conditions anywhere, etc.
During each day, you will probably change your camera’s settings. Ned has a series of tips to help you develop your pre-shoot checklist to reset your camera to settings you want and expect, so you don’t ruin any of the day’s photos or miss great photo opportunities.
When we travel we certainly see, and often visit churches, temples, mosques, synagogues, and other religious shrines. Many are historic, are architectural gems, and contain some of the world’s great artwork. Ned Levi offers suggestions to help you photograph these sacred spaces.
Summer travel often includes a museum visit. How do you capture the moment? Ned has some tips for taking better photographs in museums.
Holiday travel for family gatherings and vacations often offer unique photographic opportunities. Ned Levi has help for you to conquer three holiday travel photographic challenges; fireworks, photographing elderly family members at family gatherings, holiday lights.