I think most people can relate to this situation. You’re in a beautiful location, on the trip of a lifetime, and the scenery in front of you is just breath-taking. The colors are so vivid, the details are incredible, and you can barely believe what you’re experiencing. You pick up your camera to take a photo so that you can remember this moment and everything you’re seeing. Then, later on, you scroll through the photos you took in that moment, and realize that none of them do it ANY justice. One’s blurry, a hand made its way into another, and the colors are so… muted. Damn.
While that sucks (big time), the great news is that you don’t have to be a professional photographer to transform your travel photos from blah to gorgeous. A few bits of photo gear, software, and a good eye will help you to take much better travel photos. Read More