August 30, 2016 – Tuesday

​Great Tuesday friends. Thanks for visiting my blog. Todays topic is all about capturing that moment but trying to limit the crowd of strangers that is in your photos. Most especially if the moment you want to capture are from famous landmarks, it can be possible but will require some work on your part! Nothing exceptional comes easy in life, you definitely have to work for it!

Waited for the crowd to subside (The Last Bookstore, Los Angeles, CA)

TIPS FOR HOW TO have GREAT PICTURES WITHOUT ANY OTHER CROWD (AS POSSIBLE AS YOU CAN)

  • BEAT THE CROWD ON A WEEKDAY   Make sure to check their schedule (what is the earliest time you can get there). And BE THERE! Maybe with your selfies stick or not, maybe a camera remote control will do, or a drone. Whichever floats your boat.
Taken on a Monday at 6:00AM (Santorini, Greece)
  • GO ON A LOW SEASON   Especially when school is about to start, that’s when the crowds starts to subside. 
    School already started = no crowd
     
  • CHECK OTHER ANGLES OF A LANDMARK   If you want to be unique, be unique, capture the landmark’s beauty  on a different angle.
    Sideof the Eiffel tower
  • IF ALL FAILS, INCORPORATE THE CROWD TO YOUR PICTURE   Standout, pop and that specific moment will get you to your perfect shot.
    Hall of mirrors in the center of a crowded hall (Versailles, France)

More about this type of camera shots, visit My Life is Movie, thank you!

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