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Successful Travel Photography By Peter Phun

Travel photography is quite different from other photographic endeavors especially if you plan to make a living from it.
Most successful travel photographers are writers as well. Actually in the print world, you can't separate words from pictures. Theyplement each other.
What the picture can't show, the words explain in greater detail. So it's no surprise that some travel articles are sometimes from husband and wife teams.
That's the perfect job for couples. Think exotic locations, the love of your life with you and endless adventures together.
My biggest problem with travel photography is that a lot of the imagery you see have been so photographed that they're the equivalent of visual clichés. Whates to mind when you think of China? Great Wall of China, or the Forbidden City in Beijing? Egypt? The Great Pyramids. India... the Taj Mahal. Indonesia...Borobodur. Cambodia...Angkor Wat.
As in most printed media, the pictures tend to be more important than the words. A visually striking image will draw a casual browser of publication into reading an article even if the headline is not well-written.
A great selection of pictures of one destination can save a article with mediocre writing. But the same can't be said if the pictures are of poor quality.
No matter how good andpelling the writing, if the pictures are just mediocre, readers will not be drawn to the story.
Poorlyposed images, especially ones with lots of technical flaws like low resolution, artifacting and digital noise cannot be rescued. As powerful as Photoshop is, it simply can't fix or add something that isn't in a picture.
Even if it can, there is the ethical question of are you allowed to? Most magazine have strict guidelines against such manipulation of images especially in their editorial content.
But poorly written articles can be "massaged" and fine-tuned by editors into some quite readable.
Tips for a successful trip:
1. Careful planning and research of your destination.
Obvious yet a lot of people don't consider this when making their plans. Festivities like Oktoberfest in Germany, Tournament of Roses in Pasadena, California takes place annually at the same time.
And by planning I don't just mean planning for the length of time you are going to be at your destination. If you're a digital photographer, you'll need power to charge your batteries and a way to download and clear off your memory cards or you will be up the proverbial creek without a paddle.
If you're headed abroad where electrical power is different from home, you'll also a voltage converter. I recommend the Kensington 3317 International All-in-one Travel Plug Adapter.
2. Precise note-taking.
Whether you use a laptop or pen and paper, having good habits like keeping receipts and other bills incurred during the trip is important.
Even if you're not writing the article, precise notes on how to get from town A to town B, how much the fare was, the duration of the drive are all details which add value to your pitch to magazines or collaborative effort with a writer.
Remember your recall will not be so good once you're home. Foreign names have a way of sounding the same when you get home, so good note-taking is critical.
Your article will have more credibility if you provide details since a travel article is part "how-to" and part narrative. Another reason for those notes is documentation when you claim the trip as a business expense.
3. Digital SLR with wide and telephoto zoom lens
Think "light." If you're lugging around a lot of gear, you'll be too beat to use your camera. Traveling light doesn't mean you leave essentials like a healthy supply of extra memory cards, batteries and flash units at home.
If you're bringing along a laptop, then a supply of writable CDs or DVDs is important.
Even if you don't have a chance to edit your images after you download them to yourputer, you should burn those images as a backup and mail them to yourself.
That way if all your gear is stolen, you'll still have images to show when you get home.
Prior to his arrival in the US, before attending college, peterphun portraits_main. Riverside portrait photographer Peter Phun traveled extensively, documenting his travels through photography.
He specializes in location portraits, "nso weddings and editorial work. He writes about peterphun blogphotography, Macs & the internet. He also designs websites and is a stay-at-home dad.
Previously, Peter worked as a staff photographer for 18 years at The Press-Enterprise, Southern California's 4th largest daily newspaper. He is the webmaster for the Mac user group in the Inland Empire.
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