To say that Grand Teton National Park is an iconic photography destination is almost an understatement.
The caves were each different, each amazing and many contained ancient drawings and carvings. That said, by the time we reached
Before the rain began, we happened upon a fisherman plying his trade in a pond. We stopped and with Danny's help, I asked
I captured this image early on in my journey as a photographer. Helen and I were amidst a year-long odyssey traveling around
Say cheese without looking cheesy. 📷
Make your feed look like that of a professional photographer.
It's only natural to want to take better photos and document the experience in order to relive it down the road (and--let's be honest--it's fun to show off a little on Instagram). But not all photos are created equal.
I don't mean to brag...but I saw a DRASTIC increase in attention from my Instagram pics after I learned how to actually take good pictures. Instagram is an art, and I don't care how weird I sound saying that.
Is it really that hard to believe that a young female would be traveling on her own, without the financial aid or company of a man? Apparently it is, because whenever I post a photo with just me in it when I'm traveling, at least one person says, "Who's taking the picture?"
Someone's always having a bad hair day or isn't in the mood to smile or the shirt they really wanted to wear was rolled up in a ball in the laundry hamper with a big stain. It takes literally hundreds of shots to get one useable photo. But in the end, it's worth it.