How To Make Your Travel Photos ‘#Instagrammable’
September 28, 2017
In today’s smartphone generation, everybody can become a ‘photographer’.
With the rise of these portable devices, we can now easily capture beautiful travel pictures that will serve as part of our memories.
And take note, even if you’re not a pro, you can still produce high quality of travel with the right tweaks and combinations.
But others will ask, how can make I my photos stand out on social media?
Well, here are some tips on how you make your travel photos #Instagrammable.
1 Don’t put too much filter on your photo
If you don’t want others to think that your photo was edited in Camera 360 then don’t put too much filter in it. You’re losing its dam* integrity when its heavily filtered.
2 Vignettes, Shadows and Highlights
When you don’t know what adjustments you’d like to do, you might want to look onto these three: vignettes, shadows and highlights. Basically, vignette adds more drama to your photo while adjusting shadows and highlights lets you set the right tone for your image.
3 Landscapes are good but with a person is better
According to Cole Rise, an Instagram famous travel photographer, people create a feeling to the picture. When there is a presence of a person in the photo because it adds a personality in it.
4 The rule: Rule of Third
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If you want to master the art of photography, then you need to learn its basic rule. Divide the picture up into thirds and place your subject on the intercepting lines. Placing your subject on the intersecting points will naturally draw the viewer’s attention to it.
5 Don’t just take photos, take GREAT photos
With all these learnings you had, put this to work and explore more. Your smartphone will let you keep beautiful memories that are worth sharing.
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