One of the things I was challenged with the last five weeks of my life was being about to photograph the foregrounds I wanted to reach because of safety rules in Haiti.
Now, I understand that Haiti is an unusual location to shoot in, but I would recommend visiting third world countries for unique photographs.
I struggled with three things while I was there:
- Reaching great foregrounds
- Knowing what lenses to take
- Finding locations to shoot
Since I’m your crash test dummy for locations and situations for photography, I tested out some ideas I had and came away from my trip very pleased with my photos!
So, here are three tips for maximizing your photos in new locations!
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