Category: Photo tips

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Tip Nº9 – Photographing markets

Fruit and vegetable stall in Tepotzlán, Estado de México Mexican markets are amazing places to photograph. Whether street markets, known as “tianguis”, or indoor markets, they are vibrant places, full of color, people, products...

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Tip Nº8 – Fill the frame

One of the easiest ways to make an image stronger is to fill the frame with the main subject of your photograph. You can do this by zooming up to it, or by getting...

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Tip Nº 6: Get up early

The secret behind the stunning photos of many photographers is less technical than you may think. They get up early. For a number of reasons. This has a lot to do with the characteristics...

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Tip 5: Include an interesting foreground

  A creative foreground can turn an ordinary photo into an interesting one. It adds depth, without which, an image can be very flat and one-dimensional. An interesting foreground, the part nearest to the...

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Tip 4: Get up high

Getting up high  can give you some great photos as far as landscapes and cityscapes are concerned. In Mexico City, the viewpoint from the top of the Torre Latinoamericana is ideal for sweeping views...

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Tip 3: Get down low

Getting down low with your camera and looking for a new viewpoint can add variety and impact to your photos. It may help your subject stand out against a clear sky instead of a...

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Tip 2: Pay attention to the background

Pay attention to the background of your photo. Keep it as clear and harmonious as possible.     Avoid cluttered, fussy backgrounds since they distract the eye from the subject of the photo. A plain...

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Tip 1: Take better Travel Photos

  TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY is an incredibly wide subject covering landscape and nature photography, people, festivals, culture, food, markets, adventure activities and many other themes. Good travel photos are those which capture the unique character or...