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Love your last tip 🙂
Love the last tip ^_^
Very Helpful 👌
NotesI wrote all that he mentioned and a summary ^w^
1. Shoot Raw (better quality). Try to get some fine exsposure, but if you can't at least go for under-exposed which easier to fix when editing.2. Rule of thirds (obviously)3. Charge all the batteries, better safe than sorry4. Change your perspective, don't be afraid to get dirty5. Bring the necessities, only6. Have insurance (accidents happen and thieves are out there)7. Connect w/others, eg the locals <38. Ask to get the shot, cause privacy is a thing you know9. Bring your camera everywhere10. Shoot in the moment, get some action, don't make it look like a posed pic11. Get in your photos. You ain't a ghost, get some shots of yourself, have proof you went there12. Get locals in your photos13. Sunrises and sunsets are considered to have the best lighting for pictures. Be there early enough to set up your gear14. Shoot in 4×5 for IG, instagram15. Challenge your perspective, make things fresh and original16. Tell a story, shoot intentionally17. Learn color theory. Aesthetic is a thing you know.18. No need for expensive gear, but learn how to use your DSLR19. Have patience, don't worry, you'll get the shot, don't forget your settings, absorb what's around yo. Photography is meant to be fun. Slow down!20. ND filters for the win baby! They catch that extra light. He likes long exposures, he says uses a tripod (I am more of a monopod person, but eh)21. Use the stuff around you22. Wake up early and sleep late, less people23. If you don't know how to use manual (or if you are in a rush), shoot in AV (Aperture priority) mode. This way you ain't losing a photo due to exposure24. Think about scale25. Use prime lenses, they have wide apertures, you can get a very shallow depth of field26. Use burst mode27. Carry a small tripod28. Have patience in crowds. There will be people in your shot. Wait for the moment there won't be any.29. Try a polarizer, it makes de colors pop, btw it works better in sunny days30. Love the clouds, they give a different mood to your picture. It's better to shoot in the afternoon when it's cloudy. 31. Clear your lenses you dirty slob32. Wear simple and complimenting outfits, your clothes are not the attraction when on a trip. At least that's what he said ^-^33. Change your focus point sometimes, expreriment34. Look at the world differently. Or in a less cheesy way, seek for textures. Find puddles, shadows, patterns in tiles, reflections. Look for graffity, things that can be used to frame a pic etc. Be inventive.35. Don't overthink it.36. Back up your photos, so you can avoid a future heart attack37. Use light and shadows38. Be organised you twat. Organise your footage by day/month/year, or as I sometimes do: organise them by the camera you were using the day you shot39. Edit your photos, but keep them looking real (if that's what you are going for)40. Share your photos, you'll get feedback or even launch your career41. Check your sensor42. Find the perfect travel bag43. You might get some gear destroyed44. Do research of that place before going there45. Night photography is a thing you know46. Clear your memory cards. Get your stuff on the hard drive, back them up and gain some storage47. Make sure you got storage space on your memory cards48. Less is more. Bring only the gear you need49. Learn your camera50. Don't be a fucking zombie, let your camera aside at times!
Okay so this was a nice video, but the tips kinda got repetitive and all over the place, so I tried to sum up what he said…
To sum up:1. Shoot in raw, with an AV mode (if you can't shoot in manual) and burst mode for fast actions2. Use ND filters, prime lenses, tripods (small and big) and try polarizers3. Always check your settings, check your sensor4. Clear your lenses5. Charge your batteries6. Put your footage on a hard drive and back it all up (asap!), free your memory cards' storage. Also, while you transfer the footage, organise it.7. Don't forget the rule of thirds, the scale and color theory. You must know these for aesthetic purposes.8. Learn how to use your gear and how to shoot in manual. Also, don't go crazy cause your DSLR is cheap, the truth is lenses>DSLR9. Find the best angle, make it fresh and original, shoot intentionally (have a sense of purpose)10. Be inventive: take advantage of all that is around you, get some texture, get some locals, play with light, shadows, reflections puddles, try night photography, try different focus points, if the weather is cloody shoot in the afternoon and appreciate the different mood it will give to your photos11. Plan ahead, find what your destination is famous for and plan, plan, plan! Meet some locals too, they can give you a tour12. Be patient and don't worry. People will get in your shot, things won't work out some times. 13. Shoot when the natural lighting is awesome: Sunsets and sunrises (the golden hour), meaning: wake up early and sleep late14. Carry a comfortable travel bag, and insure your gear. Accidents happen, thieves exist. Which also means, only bring the essential stuff with you: easier to carry, less to destoy. 15. Share your material and get some feedback16. Take pictures of yourself too (watch out for these sweat stains though), and don't forget to let aside your camera at moments and just enjoy yourself.
If you shoot for Instagram, you should shoot in 4×5Go for underexposed picture if you can't get the right exposure
One word. Bible.
Wow. Thanks so much for these great tips! I subbed
thanks or the tutorial. What was the music at 4:20 and 10:42 plz?
Hi, I'm Chris in Miami, FL. I wanted to reach out to you for some advice. I'm going to be shooting some portraits during the sunset out in Los Angeles next week and I'm curious to learn how low I should set the exposure compensation, while shooting in AV mode and strictly in RAW. Also, if I underexpose during the day time, how much is too much? What's a good overall rule of thumb when it comes to setting exposure compensation in shots? I'm new to DSLR's and Lightroom CC and I want to make the best of this portrait session with my friend in California as I can. Thank you for all the tips in your videos and I hope that you have a great day.
I see Ecuador! Baños de Ambato, Pailón del Diablo, super cool aerial shots 🤘
Awesome video, and these are some amazing tips, I look forward to continued improvement and I know that these tips will help me get to where i want to be…….
Last tip was my favourite
Thanks soooo much,
Some very good tips, but the whole Instagram thing seems more like an obligation to impress others than anything else. I don't have an IG account and this again confirms why.
Subscriber u at 4:55
Awesome list. You mentioned changing the aspect ratio for IG, are there ratio changes recommended for Facebook photos?
What’s the name of the app you use for track the sun in tip n 13?? I can’t get it :O Amazing video by the way!! So so useful!! Thanks a lot!!
Beautiful video, waiting for the next video. Thanks.!!!
Thanks for this vital list. I was so expecting Tip #50!! Great Stuff. 🙂
Amazing. Thanks Jeven
You have given me a new lease in life – have taken up this passionate hobby again seriously – thanks so so much
Hi is it ok to use 50mm on traveling?
For sure gonna listen this tips soon first video will see how it goes 🙂 ….
Great video! Thank you 🙏🏼
Truly amazing tips <3
Wat can I do for become a travel photographer please guys any idea?? And help me please
I really interested the field please ping me guys
Sorry join me
Tip #50 is true, sometimes i didnt bring my camera just to enjoy the day 🙂
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Great video as always. Thank you for taking time to help us all get better!
New photographer here. Great video. Thanks for the advice.
This was an AMAZING list. Thank you so much for making this. And I really loved tip 50.
Great video! It is so true most of these seem so easy, but often forgotten. Enjoy the moment and soak up the experience.
The BEST video I have seen for tips w/ photography!
So helpful. ahm. may I know what app used in making this vid? thanks tons
Tip no 50 is too true! I ruined my last family outing!
Thank you! 🙂
Jeven, thanks for the travel photography tips! – RJane
Nice video. I have one more tip. If you don't know what settings to use, don't hesitate to shoot in auto.
#50 is loved!
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What camera do you recommend and which lens for a beginner photographer and travel? Thanks 🙏
Thank you for amazing video will help me to improve my photography career skills 👍📸📽
Great tips. I wish I had a better camera through all my travels. Now I have., I am going back!
I always want to buy a camera but I dont have the money to buy expensive camera.can you give me mid range camera?
Jeven, thank you so, so, so much, for this informations and tipps!!!
Good video Mate
Very nice video
Great info!!! 📸
Take a breath between tips
Awesome video on tips , respect on collaborations and most of all motivating us to take creative pictures taking 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍On that note what's best social media we can put our art works ?
4:46 "whatever it takes to make it fresh" damnnn…it felt like a line from endgame..
enjoy the moment that is the most important tip. Good Video 🙂
Wow! Thanks lots Jeven! That was so informative …. I sure will remember all this! Trying to be a good photographer 💃🏽💃🏽🤗🤗🤗
A great list of practical and useful tips. Thanks!
Hello sir, i love all your works👌😁 , can ask you a favor?😁
What was his sunset app called again?
amazing video man
Video starts @1:20
Do u photoshop
#14: Always shoot 4×5 for IG.(Grabs Speed Graphic and packs of film before leaving home.)
Whenever someone says "influencers" I vomit a little in the back of my mouth and shut them oit.
This video is extremely helpful. Thanks for this!
Thanks for the tips. My wife are planning to go to Ausie. Any good tips ?
Don't shoot asses, shoot faces.Get over sunsets.Don't bring DSLR, because it's heavy and bulky. Use a decent smartphone.
What insurance do you have?
Love seeing San pedro Ambergris caye my home in your video ❤❤
Used to shoot 35 mm, want to get into digital. Loved all of the tips, saved this to rewatch as many times as necessary to learn them.
when you shoot a spontaneous portrait or shoot locals as you suggest, don't you have to get a model release?
Great refresher on things to think about for tomorrow mornings early sunrise capture.
Just starting with photography.This is very helpful…thank you so much…awesome 👍🏻
This was very helpful. Thanks for making this video 🙂
Such an amazing video! Loved every tip. Thanks Jeven! 🙂
Thank you very much 👍👌🏻
Great video. Lots of insight. Tip 22 golden hour.
Nice Tips. Cool. And Thanks
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Thank you for this video! To the point and very valuable tips! Best 'top' list ever!
What is that tripod with swivel arm on 0:12?
Great tips. Especially the whole experience the locations and put the camera down part.
Great tips and I always practice #50
Doenças comuns das plantas e como tratar de forma natural
WOW! So many useful tips!!
i have a Mac Air and Canon eos 5D SR. What do you recommend for a back up hard drive/storage? Im travelling for 9 weeks. thanks!
love that last tip, enjoy the moment
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