Travel Tip Tuesday: Learn how to take great travel photos from enology trainee, Lucas Banno!

Travel TIp Tuesday

CAEP enology intern Lucas Banno has shared his incredible talents and passion for photography with people around the globe. Now he is sharing his advice for photographers of all levels–and all camera types! Read his photography tips below:

“I always liked taking photos. Although, it wasn’t until when I got my new camera during my harvest experience in Australia that I really started learning and taking lots of pictures. I am always trying to improve my photography!

To get good pictures with a phone, of course–a good camera phone is necessary. Try to take pictures in places with good lighting, but never during midday (to bright). Always try to get the blue sky, unless it is cloudy! Take photos of things that you want the attention drawn into.

Almost always use the rules of thirds (although, there are exceptions). For example, if you are taking a picture of a person– don’t put the person in the middle of the photo, unless you are taking a passport photo! 🙂 If you are taking a landscape photo,  put the sky in the top third of the photo leaving two-thirds for the most important part of the photo (that is if what is on the ground is more important than the sky). This will catch the attention of the viewers and draw them to that part of the picture.

And last, use a good post processing app on your phone (I use Snapseed or Lightroom Mobile) but don’t over process the photos, just small color, light and shadows.”

Check out Lucas’s photography below:
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno
Lucas Banno
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno
Photo Credit: Lucas Banno

 

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