Travel Photography 101
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Set your camera for its widest angle and then go find something interesting for the foreground that has a good background. Perspective is everything in photography. Get right in there. Photographing everything froma a distance is boring.
Yes, I noticed it, too - golden hours usually produce great captures! Solid practical tips you have here! I'm looking forward for more of these...
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