Trying to visit the famous Palais Garnier was an exercise in frustration – every time we visited, it was closed, either for rehearsals, performances, or some other unknown reason. But eventually, our persistence paid off, and we made it inside.
Travel Photography Tips
On a completely different note, as of this weekend, there’s going to be a new section on Journey Photographic – Travel Photography Tips.
Why? Because a camera can be a notoriously fickle beast, and sometimes getting your holiday pictures to live up to the reality can be a struggle. I’ve heard a lot of people lament that their holiday shots don’t really capture their memories of their experience – hopefully this is going to help with that!
These tips are for anyone who wants to improve their travel photography, regardless of what type of camera you have – point-n-shot or SLR, it’s all good. It’s not going to be particularly technical, this is purely a way for me to pass on some tips and tricks I’ve learnt over a few years of trial and error when it comes to taking travel pictures, with limited time, options and equipment.
So, starting this Sunday, I’ll post a a weekly Travel Photography Tip, until I either run out of things to say, or you all beg me to stop 🙂