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Top 8 Spots For Photography

PhotographyPhotography is hobby for some, passion for others. It is a sweet pastime for some, profession for another. However, there are few things common to all forms of photography, one of which is travelling just to get the right subject at the right time. The question arises, which are the best photography domains. It depends on the type of photography you prefer but there are some common places which are usually favorites of most of the photographers. If you are good at travelling and quite adventurous to start a trip every now and then, here are some spot types which can help you to decide your destination.

1. Water-bodies

You can visit seaside, river or lakes to click some wonderful photos. Water bodies are beautiful in themselves. Added to them are other objects like sea birds flying together or a sailing boat at the horizon of the sea line. The sea beach is also a good option for photography where you can click men and women in their colorful attires. Night photography will be different from that during the day. You get to click the lights glowing here and there at night, the lights of the nearby resorts or those from a faraway ship. There won’t be a lack of subject near water-bodies. So, check them out.

2. Forests

The next popular place to visit for photography can be forest or areas filled with green landscapes. If you are more into nature photography, these are the places to go for. Also, if you are a wildlife photographer, forest is the best place for you. You can get a good sight of different types of animals and birds in their natural form. You have to be a little patient though to click them in a particular way or in a certain posture. The trees and wild flowers can be your subjects too. Utilize the best of the spot and click beautiful images!

3. Celebrations

Places of celebration can be another photography haunt. If you happen to be at some country fair, you can click a lot of images. There will be children and balloons and food and various articles that you can click. Wedding or birthday celebrations can also give you more chances of clicking pictures. You can click the ongoing rituals or how the guests are partying with one another or some close up shots of the bride-groom. It’s better to click random shots rather than posed pictures.

4. Street

At times, street is the best place for photography. Instead of travelling and touring, take your camera and go outside to the nearby street. Click the very simple, daily mundane pictures. They have an essence of their own. Click the early morning atmosphere- people’s slow activities gradually changing into the regular hustle-bustle. Get the perfect angles. Keep moving. Click many images for the same photo and then you can select the best one from the lot.

5. Zoo or tourist spots

You may pay visit to zoo or tourist spots and click the ambiance. Make friends with strangers and click them at their best times. Although animal photography is sometimes not allowed inside the zoo, you can take special permission.

6. Sunrise/Sunset

Sunrise and sunset are very tempting moments for any photographer. The warmth of the ambiance, the play of colours in the sky is worth capturing. Visit some old fort or a faraway village to click more images.

7. Fashion show

If there is a fashion show in your city, do not miss the occasion. Try to be there to click the various models. You can also get many subjects of different types, in different attires.

8. Professional ideas

You can take help from photo booth hire for further ideas. Also, if you want to learn some more techniques, they are the right ones to aid you in this affair.

Photography is a beautiful art. It captures all the fleeting moments like magic and frames them within the baskets of eternity. Travel around. Keep clicking photos. And, have fun!

Contributed by: www.just-pose.com

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