10 Tips for taking pictures from professional photographers

1. Don't just take photos, but 'make photos' and plan what images you want to take. No matter where you go, you will be very proud when taking good photos. - Michael Doven

2. Odd numbers are more interesting than even numbers. Suppose taking pictures of three trees in a landscape rather than four or two trees would be more interesting. - Wendy Connett

3. Think about what is behind the photo object. Background is also as important as what is the main focus of your photo. - Larry Louie

4. Build relationships with the subject of the photo through conversation. Use gestures if you don't speak their language. Building relationships with subjects can produce great images. - Chase Guttman

5. In popular tourist attractions, leave early in the morning when many local people are out, but before tourists arrive. - Mitchell Kanashkevich

6. Practice situational sensitivity to anticipate sudden things that happen. For example when shooting a ski and snow area, take a picture before the snow storm comes. - Marc Muench

7. Be patient. Plan a picture, aim at it, then take a picture when it fits the desired image. - Nadia Shira

8. Know your camera. A reliable travel photographer is an artist who knows how to make scenery beautiful and a 'geek' who understands everything about the camera he uses. - Tom Robinson

9. Photos save memories. Likewise the photographer who tells the story through the results of his shot. Great photos are when we really like them because of their aesthetics and meaning in them. - Jesse Kalisher

10. When taking moving subjects, follow your body and camera greetings when taking pictures. You make the image freeze when the object moves, but the background will appear to run, so you can capture the 'movement' and speed of the object. - Peter Guttman

Those are 10 tips provided by professional photographers if you want to take pictures while on the go. Good luck!

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