Lets have some short discussion about travel photography with some brilliant examples.
Traveling is the best way to explore more about the world. Thus, travel photography is that genre of photography that includes the documentation of a region’s history, people, their habits, customs, culture and landscape. Travel photograph clearly unfolds everything about a particular area. Travel photo is a picture that clearly overt the feeling of location and time.
Travel photography can be done by professional photographers or dilettante. A vast collection of travel photography examples can be seen in magazines like in National Geographic. But many challenges are to be tackled by photographers to get better shots as many factors like lightning, position, shooting conditions are not controllable, unlike, other subcategories of photography. That’s why, travel photography is still an under-estimated and somewhat less monetizes sub-class of photography.
So, to have better travel photographic experience, you are suggested some tips. These are-
- Wake up early to get as to get amazing shots. Shots taken one hour after sunrise and one hour before sunset as this is the time that provides best light.
- Get proper knowledge about the place as much as you can to grab meaningful images.
- Try to stay at a place that comes in the center of the the town or have astonishing views.
- Give priority to trains and buses while travelling as it allows you to have greater interactions with the locals.
- Try the local food and hear local music to feel the place and also say “hello” to the local people in a pleasant manner while taking their photos.
So, here we have some best travel photography examples:
Los Angeles has long been synonymous with traffic jams on the freeway. Here is a snapshot of one of these LA freeway interchanges as seen from above, allowing the viewer to gain a full appreciation for the bustling motions of the city.
Dubai – A city made out of undaunted vision and sheer passion….from a desert to the most revered city around the globe.
Another favorite unique aerial shot I have of the Golden Gate Bridge. This time, I was graced with some of the most beautiful sunrise fog I have ever seen. This was a morning I will remember for a long time.
The Eiffel Tower from an angle that would be a little bit less common. I chose to make it while standing directly underneath the structure and create an almost abstract – yet totally recognizable – point of view of this wonderful icon.
In the fading light and on the valley floor, I could see this fortress-like village. Having imagined how it might present under a rising Sun, I was up at first light and below me were shepherds and their goats making the only sounds . The Sun rose, bathing the escarpment in golden light, it seemed like an eternity before it finally gilded the top of the fortress like magic.
Lombard Street is known to be the most crooked street in the world. But Vermont Street, the other San Francisco street claimed to be the “most crooked,” has seven turns instead of eight, but its hill is steeper than Lombard’s.
Tom backlit by the afternoon sun and smoke from a fire started by the family the previous day in Benebenimbi. The heat of the build up season here pushes temperatures into the mid 40’s, with humidity at almost unbearable levels.
Hong Kong is a great city, but lurking beneath the prosperity is a severe housing problem that depresses every dweller in this city living in horrid conditions.
A rear view of a crowd of Muslim woman wearing the traditional dresses – Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta, Indonesia
Germany, Bavaria, Road Bridge over Lake Sylvenstein – elevated view
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