When travelling everyone loves to take photos!
We want to take photos to register every moment: the places we visit, the food we try, the activities we do, the landscapes we see. But there are some “rules” we should take in consideration not to harm the enviromnent and to respect the locals and its culture.
1. People photos
Before taking photos of other people ask for permission. Be respectful! Do not try to take photos without them notice, people may have different personal, culture and religious reasons not to be photographed.
2. Wildlife photos
When taking wildlife photos respect a save distance. Do not disturb the animal welfare. For better photos at a distance opt for a good lens with greater zoom.
3. Nature photos
Never go out of marked trails. By leaving the trails, you are endanger the balance of the habitat, because you can harm fragile plants, destroy animal nests, etc.
4. Danger photos
For an amazing photo, some people do everything. You should put your safety first! You do not need to go on the edge for a “wow” photo. Try different angles or use different equipment and lens. Just be creative and never ignore “danger” signs!
5. Overcrowded places
On crowed places be as quick as you can taking a photo. Other people want to take photos too. Try to be sympathetic and don’t take 100 photos on the same spot.
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