Travel photography tips: Shoot from the side

Professional photographer Steve Davey presents his travel photography tips. In this tip, find out how to shoot from the side to create a strong diagonalMonday, 26 January 2015

Don't just shoot everything standing in front of your subject. Apart from giving a rather dull perspective, it means you'll have to shoot from a distance to fit everything in. If you shoot from a side angle, then you'll be able to cram a wider subject (like this line of elephants) into your picture, as well as creating a strong diagonal. Diagonals are a great way of leading the viewer's eye into the picture and making your pictures appear more dynamic.

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Travel Photography Masterclass

Here at National Geographic Traveller, we've teamed up with professional photographer Steve Davey, who will be presenting his travel photography masterclasses at Destinations: The Holiday & Travel show. These two-hour masterclasses will help sharpen your skills, iron out bad habits and give you a better understanding of your camera's functions to enhance your travel images. Book your masterclass, from only £30. Early booking is advised as places are limited. 

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