How to take great photographs
If you are heading out on a vacation, to keep your camera working and capture great photographs remember:
1). Have the countries’ outlet adapter
2). Have extra batteries, plus extra power availability and charge camera & battery…every night!
3). Bring a lens that is wide like 28mm-50mm if you’ll be close to mountains, monuments, colosseums, people, dinner tables or inside a boat.
4). Bring a telephoto lens if your near mountains, water, large animals, far away distance
5). Re-set the settings to start fresh and not have last night’s indoor settings when you are now outdoors.
6). Remember your flash has to go the distance of your telephoto. Otherwise the photo will be dark.
So if your using the telephoto lens the flash may be of no use.
7). Use the histogram in your camera settings to balance the white.
8). Power is your best friend. Bring batteries in your case.
9). A small pin flash light may be needed at night to read the settings.
10.) Be on-guard and ready to shoot. Don’t miss the “shot”
Have the dials Pre- set.Try F 60/ 5.6 as average, when you need to be quick. Have fun!