Capturing the interesting, historic and photogenic buildings of a location.
Astrophotography opportunities occur in places where the night sky is often clear and there is little or no light pollution. This means the stars and the milky way can be captured with long-exposure shots. Normally we try to plan tours with this element around the phases of the moon to ensure that the moon’s brightness does not overpower the light from the stars.
Opportunities to capture the culture of a location, usually through something unique to that area. This could be traditional costumes or festivals and events that give a destination a distinct character or flavour.
Landscape photography refers to classic scenery shots where there are opportunities to create images from the countryside.
Taking photographs of the natural world. This can include any aspect of a destination’s landscape such as flowers, foliage and features such as waterfalls, streams, and rock formations.
The chance to capture people in a way where the shot is set up. This will often include classic portrait poses such as head and shoulders or 3-quarter length, or may be much more creative, perhaps capturing action or the subject doing something that reflects who they are.
Photographing the day-to-day life of people in cities and towns. The aim is usually to capture the lives of ordinary people in creative ways which convey some sort of meaning. This could be, for example, the loneliness of city life, the hustle and bustle, or perhaps an unguarded moment where the importance of taking time out is reflected.
Shooting the animals and wildlife of the region we are visiting. A telephoto lens will normally help you to make the most of wildlife photography opportunities.
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