Some Tips For Good Travel Photography

The more pixels a TV has, the better and sharper the images will be. Imagine what you’ll get with this baby which has 1080 pixels! At 50-inch the pictures are large and you won’t miss any detail. It’s like going to the cinema every time you turn your TV on.

When you leave the hotel for a day’s outing, you should as a rule leave all of your documents in the hotel safe and not in your room. However, you are probably going to want to have some kind of identification with you while you are out. If you are not intending to bring a purse or a wallet, you can solve this dilemma by keeping your important documents on a lanyard.

Here’s another photo from Venice, in which I photographed St. Mark’s Basilica and Campanile reflected in the window of a shop across the square. The shop was located in an arcade separated from the square by stone archways. The reflection was so clear that it was almost like looking through a window, yet where the archway blocked the reflection you can see the interior of the store, making for a dual image. I took plenty of more traditional photos of St. Mark’s that are successful for other reasons, but I like this one for its unusual perspective.

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Her daughter (this writer) is an absolute FAN of the Internet. Mom is a little older than the majority of the seniors who have embraced this medium. Her curiosity over the past 10 years has not led her to want to learn about how to use computers or explore the Net. But, she loves seeing photos and joins me in reading emails from family and friends. We’ll sit on two ergonomic chairs in my home office and I’ll show her cool travel pictures and introduce her to phenomenal animated e-cards by Jacquie Lawson. We’ve gotten a webcam so she can see family in Chicago and Miami in real time. Mom hasn’t embraced the Internet herself but she’s happy that I have. This is just another way I can positively interact with my Mom and help to keep her interested in life.

Prefer to do some sightseeing? The city has you covered there too. Take a tour of the largest privately owned home in the U.S. The famous Biltmore House and Gardens is open daily. Take a ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway up to Mt. Mitchell. It is the highest peak on the Eastern seaboard. The drive has numerous overlooks designed for some fabulous vacation pictures.

Tiny trees are great around the front door on your porch or deck. This will complete the welcome at the door. Taking a few simple and easy steps with Christmas Decorations can make your home glow with the Holiday Spirit. Use extra Christmas Decorations and your childrens holiday pictures to create a unique entry to your home. These simple steps will greet your friends, relatives and visitors when entering your home and get them in the Holiday Spirit.

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If available, always try and make sure you get one with a live travel guide, instead of a prerecorded one. Pay attention to where the guide is located on the bus (in good weather, they’re almost always on the top level). Sit as near to them as possible, so whenever there’s a break in their spiel (stuck in traffic, or they just ran out of things to say), feel free to ask them your own questions… Now you have your own personal, local, travel advisor.