We’re in holidays’ mode in the world these days. For some, they’ve received their holiday presents, while for others, they are still to come. Many will be receiving new digital cameras over the holidays to use for travel. Ned Levi discusses the two issues he’s asked about more than any others, about getting great images from digital cameras.
More and more often, travelers are taking helicopter tours at their destinations for spectacular views, amazing photographic opportunities, and a chance to visit venues unreachable by other means. Ned Levi has advice for taking helicopter tours, and photographing the panorama of scenery you’ll see while inflight.
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.
Summer travel often includes a museum visit. How do you capture the moment? Ned has some tips for taking better photographs in museums.
Ned has tips and techniques for you to meet the “glass challenge” of photographing through bus windows, helicopter canopies, glass cases and aquarium walls, while traveling.