How to Become a Better Travel Photographer at Home
Any photographer worth their salt knows that location is only part of getting the perfect shot. What’s the point of dropping big bucks to photograph lions in Africa or the northern lights in Alaska if you don’t have the right techniques to capture them? To that end, being stuck at home with time on your hands might actually be one of the best things for improving your photo skills. “You want to sort out your settings in a controlled environment, so when that big trip comes up, you’re dialed in,” says professional adventure photographer Chris Burkard. We asked Burkard and National Geographic hotshot Ami Vitale about how to practice right now—whether you have a fancy DSLR or an iPhone—so you’ll be ready for your next great adventure.
Experiment with Settings “The first step is gaining a strong understanding of ISO, aperture, and shutter speed and how they interact,” Vitale says. Together, the three variables c.... Continue Reading at Outside Online