Travel Photography – Tip Two : Observe everything around you

These are tips from The Daily Post by Infinite Satori.

TIP TWO  :  OBSERVE EVERYTHING AROUND YOU

There is an intricate connection and energy found within each place, each person, each moment. There are things hidden between the lines, waiting to be seen. Observation is imperative in photography. Be aware of your surroundings, the idiosyncrasies of people, their conversations and gestures, and light and colors.

I am exploring how I went clicking on my recent trip clicking my camera with no idea about these tips.  I sure did observe everything around me.  Ever since being a blogger, I took photos of almost everything, from people, sceneries, food to even the rubbish floating in the river.

Fascinated by all the varieties of food for cheap eats

Fascinated by all the varieties of food for cheap eats at one of the food court in Singapore.

Exquisite decorations of the newly opened Banquet8, a restaurant in Mulia Nusa Dua

Exquisite decorations of the newly opened Banquet8, a restaurant in Mulia Nusa Dua, Bali.

Step inside the dim lightings of Banquet8 and these display awaits you.

Step inside the dim lightings of Banquet8 and these display awaits you.

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  1. Pingback: Travel Photography – Tip Three : Explore a variety of landscapes | littlegirlstory

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