Q1: What is your preferred subject to photograph on The Road Less Travelled – people, wildlife, architecture, sunsets…? Show us a photo! via @bradtguides #TRLT
Q2: What is your biggest photography challenge on The Road Less Traveled?
How do you overcome it?
Share an example!
replying to @LindaPeters64
@LindaPeters64 @WorldwideXplore A2 I always used cameraphones, but whatever the best cameraphone was at that time, so was happy enough.
Apart from Zoom, its something they are never good at. So after a disasterious bird watching trip, bought a proper camera with 50x hardware zoom.
replying to @StripeyMiata @StripeyMiata @LindaPeters64 @WorldwideXplore Lovely clear photo! Phone cameras are fine as long as the light is bright - once the light dims (my favourite time to photograph) a dedicated camera is hard to beat. #TRLT
Q3: What is your favourite destination on The Road Less Travelled for landscape photography? Inspire us with a photo! via @bradtguides #TRLT #traveltuesday #travelphotography
Q4: Photography is one of the best ways to capture memories, share your favourite tips for taking eye-catching images. via @LindaPeters64 #TRLT
Q5: How has technology changed your photography - whether from taking the photo, editing, or sharing (including apps and platforms)? via @ramblrramblr #TRLT #traveltuesday #travelphotography
replying to @HeidiSiefkas
@HeidiSiefkas @ramblRramblR A5 I have changed a bit in that I used technology too much, so would live stream from holiday and try to update Facebook and Instragram just after taking a picture.
Next trip, stepping back from that as I was stepping out of the moment too much, and it was stressful.
replying to @StripeyMiata @StripeyMiata @HeidiSiefkas @ramblRramblR I rarely post from where I'm visiting. The time taken to sort through the best photos is time I could be spending photographing. I now prefer being in the moment and doing the photo sorting and editing when I get home. #TRLT
replying to @TheTravelCamel
@TheTravelCamel @HeidiSiefkas @ramblRramblR I am deliberately taking a phone with a rubbish camera built into it with me next trip so I won’t be temped to do it live.
It’s a fantastic phone, just because of its slim design it’s got a crappy 10 megapixel camera as they had to avoid lenses sticking out.
replying to @StripeyMiata
@StripeyMiata @TheTravelCamel @HeidiSiefkas @ramblRramblR Technology has changed (me too) so much - gone from the shaky digital camera I bought in 2004 that I learnt to whip out from belt to amazing pics on phone (and now I'm using with a stabilizer to take time lapses)