We all love to travel and we all become "photographers" when we travel. Whether we are on a family vacation or on a safari in Africa, we invariably take photos for a souvenir. Then we show the movies and ... we are often disappointed. The photos seem to fail to convey all the beauty and uniqueness of our experience. This guide will show you the path from a simple photo to an impactful image. All stages of the photographer's work are examined: from preliminary research and selection of the necessary equipment to archival storage. Citing the wealth of experience gained over many years of travel around the world, author Robert Caputo and three other photographers at National Geographic Magazine have provided helpful tips that can turn even the most hopeless amateur into a professional travel photographer.
Famous photographer Robert Caputo will tell you ...
- how to capture the spirit of the place
- which equipment is most appropriate and will not overload you on the go
- how to take advantage of the seasons, light conditions and the moment of day
- what kind of approach to apply to different sites and how to handle the challenges of the situation.