Travel Photo Tips

Be confident behind the camera during your next getaway.
Get in the Action

Photo by Shannon Landen

Posed shots are OK, but also take action shots where people aren't looking directly at the camera. Those are the images that really tell the story of your vacation. Remember to pick the right speed film or use the correct digital equivalent to match your situation. Typically, films rated at ISO 100 or ISO 200 work well for bright, sunlit outdoor shots of stationary subjects. A film speed of ISO 400 is best for lower-light situations and for most outdoor action shots. Pick ISO 800 or higher for nighttime or indoor shots with low light levels.


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