I love to look at travel photography, but man, sometimes it can all just seem mind-numbingly similar.
Put a cabin, some rocks, grass, or sand in the foreground, a lake or ocean in the middle ground, and a sunset or mountain in the background, preferably during a slightly cloudy day.
Shake. Rinse. Repeat.
I do this frequently; everyone does. But that’s the problem. Sometimes we need to break away from the formulas of what we think photographs should look like. We need to think outside of the box and try to do things a little differently.
So here are a few tips and thoughts to help you create unique travel photos. [read]