As already mentioned, the world of travel photography can hardly be surpassed when it comes to variety. During a trip you’re bound to encounter a multitude of different situations and sights. This multitude is not only limited to the landscapes, people, and architecture of a country, but also the different lighting conditions that influence the rhythm of day-to-day life. Especially when photographing during sunrise or sunset you’ll have the chance to shoot in favourable, agreeable, and warm light that will envelop your selected motif.
Particularly when going on excursions or hiking trips, it can be difficult to know ahead of time which motifs and sights you’ll have in front of the camera at which time of the day. The novice photographer will have to manually adjust their camera’s settings according to the given lighting conditions. With a little know-how and our tips, even those completely new to photography will be able to shoot brilliant photos in just about every kind of situation without having to rely on automatic mode. You’ll also be able to put some extra touches on your photos by following the golden ratio or shooting from an out-of-the-ordinary perspective.
You’ll also have to overcome the challenge of photographing in high humidity, wind, rain, and other harsh conditions. Herein lies the difficulty of taking good photos all while protecting your camera equipment and using the right set-up. But even for this we’ll give you various tips and tricks you can use to make your life on the road a bit easier.