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How to take fantastic Holiday Photos Part 1

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From the author of amazon No.1 best seller Photocrafty. This presentation gives you one hottest tip for taking amazing holiday photographs. This presentation promises to cure you from the 'Happy …

From the author of amazon No.1 best seller Photocrafty. This presentation gives you one hottest tip for taking amazing holiday photographs. This presentation promises to cure you from the 'Happy Snappies' and deliver you into a world where people are actually asking to see your holiday shots!


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  • 1. How  to  take  holiday  photos…   www.photocra*y.net  
  • 2. So  you  are  on  holiday…   •  You  are  surrounded  by  new  sights,  scents  and   sounds,  to  a  photographer  this  can  be  a  potent   mix  which  can  lead  to  a  dose  of  the  'snap   happy's'.   •   There's  nothing  par=cularly  wrong  with  this   condi=on  apart  from  a  couple  of  nasty  side   effects:     1.  Clogging  up  your  hard  drive   2.   Boring  your  friends  and  rela=ves  to  death  with   you  holiday  photos!  
  • 3. How  to  cure  a  does  of  the  ‘snap   happy’s’   •  I  recently  caught  myself  instagraming  a  photo   which  said,  'I    know  I'm  in  France  but  this  looks   so  French!'     •  The  picture  was  of  a  gorgeous  Citroen  van,   parked  on  the  edge  of  maize  field.     •  I  felt  I  couldn’t  have  been  anywhere  else  apart   from  in  France.  Which  le*  me  thinking  that  we   are  all  a  liMle  bit  like  a  Victorian  explorer,   wan=ng  to  capture  tokens  of  our  far  off  travels   to  be  displayed  later.  
  • 4. Look  for  the  ‘Oh  la  la,’  moments!  
  • 5. Embrace  your  inner  Victorian  explorer  and  look  for  things  which  are   outside  of  your  normal  frame  of  reference.    
  • 6. Noticing  differences  between  your   normal  surroundings  and  that  of   your  new  location  tells  an   interesting  story  for  the  viewer.     It  also  tells  us  interesting  stories   about  ourselves,  about  our   similarities  as  well  as  our   differences.  
  • 7. So  my  Dirst  tip  is  to  keep  your  eyes  for  a  visual  game  of  spot  the   difference.  
  • 8. Walter  De  Mulder  says  -­‐“Always  seeing  something,  never  seeing   nothing,  being  photographer”