So on the last blog post I spoke of preparing for your trip, packing for it and ensuring that all your equipment arrives safely. This post will be a short one as there is no need to spend too much time one how to take a photograph but just because it is short does not mean it is not important.
As I explain what I do to ensure that I get every shot possible, I will follow the path made on Monday's post and put up the pictures we took.
Travel photography means that you are someplace unfamiliar and are out of your element, which can prove a recipe for disaster. If you shoot digital, this is less of a concern because you can look at the back of your camera to see the images. With film you do not know how badly you did until you get home. In either situation the best thing to do is stick with the basics.
Patrick...confirmed film & digital photography addict.