13 Dec Building myself as a better photographer
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Sometimes you are lucky. Sometimes you don’t search for anything and you have a small moment of inspiration. I will enter here, I will try this, where does this road lead?
Surprises, and I am talking about the pleasant kind, add so much to your life. And this also stands true when travelling.
I reached the city of Sinaia after 1:25 hours of driving on a beautiful June morning. I left my car in the parking lot of the gondola station and took the cable-car up to 2000 meters.
Getting up there, waiting for my friends made me go back in time, think of my travels, my trips outside the country and my experiences with photography.
While on holidays, seeing as much as possible is always wanted, but it is also important to understand what you are seeing. Rushing all the time is not something you want. You look around. You study everything carefully. You walk slowly without being in a hurry to reach a place or to check an objective.
I remember seeing a photographer, a famous one, giving advice on travel photography, and one of the things that stood out with me is really placing the camera down and enjoying the moment.
If you are constantly looking for the best light, the best set up, the best composition, you will not actually be present there. You will not focus on what’s happening there. And that
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