Dealing with the red-shirted tourist – travel photography tips

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11 Responses to Dealing with the red-shirted tourist – travel photography tips

  1. Barbara says:

    Clever! To crop would have spoilt the balance of the scene. I am enjoying these insights into your work. (and those matching red shoes 🙂

  2. Pat says:

    This made me laugh, how often have I stood for ages mumbling, waiting for the red clad one to disappear. Did it once and then realised that the photo would have been enhanced with the figure in it.

    • Heheh – yes I’ve done that many times – waited and found the light had changed, or waited for one person to move, only to be replaced by a whole tour group! – thanks for your comment 🙂

  3. Sharon says:

    Lol little did that guy realize that he would become a tutorial on ‘problems’ I am really enjoying travel tips thanks for taking the time out to do it…

  4. Allie Aller says:

    Great fun!
    And where was this?….love the textures especially….

  5. Juno says:

    I actually like the photo where you have left the photo in colour but have taken out the red. It makes it more interesting than the rather static but obviously more ‘arty’ B&W.

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