• Travel Photography Etiquette

    Posted on April 29, 2013 by in Ask Aston

    With advances in camera and software technology, photography has a fast growing appeal with everyone. However, one must keep in mind that despite this popularity, there is etiquette to be followed, especially while traveling abroad. When taking pictures of yourselves (and fellow travelers), be efficient by choosing your camera settings before posing your subjects to avoid obstructing traffic. If you’re taking a picture of a popular monument, etc get in and out as quickly as possible to allow others to get their shots. If taking pictures of people you do not know, always ask permission first and respect their answer. Lastly, always respect the culture and setting as some places or events are not appropriate to photograph and may be considered disrespectful.

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