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Photography Tips – How To Take Great Candid Vacation Pictures

By on December 5, 2012
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The essence of vacation photography is when you can produce a great vacation photo album which tells a story and brings the memories of your trip back to life again, and you have all the vacation photography tips you need right here…

This photography video reveals great tips for how to capture the context and special moments of your vacation on film

The video below reveals some really simple vacation photography tips and tricks of the trade, explained by “Professional Photographer Nigel Barker, in order to capture those unforgettable tropical moments, so don’t miss out on this unique opportunity, and watch the video right away.

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Need to see one of those great vacation photography tips again? Here’s a quick overview…

* Purchase a lightweight, easy to use, high definition compact camera that has a DLSR-size sensor and interchangeable lenses.

* You never know when a great shot might happen, so always have your camera with you.

* Take photos of people in action or conversation that will add an element of energy to your image.

* Snapping portraits of the locals can also be a fun way to get a real sense of the place and add variety to your album.

* To draw attention to your subject, try defocusing the background by using the Depth of Field Control dial.

* Capture video clips as well as breathtaking panoramas to diversify.

* Change your perspective. Shoot at different angles to see things other than the way you normally would.

* Capture things that feel special to you. That’s what makes your own travel photos unique.

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