Why I Love Travel Photography
There is a magic in travel photography,
that I think everyone should experience at least once in their life.
Living in today’s society we often forget the things that matter most in
life, like caring for one another & taking care of our beautiful planet
earth. The best way to remind myself is to go wandering and exploring
around the globe. Every single time I visit a new place, I just realise
that there is so much that I still need to learn and that there are way
more things I should be grateful for in life. I can feel it changing &
humbling me in very small but significant ways.
Travel photography takes you on a personal growth journey, it is all
about bringing our world to people and exposing them to what else is out
there. It’s about educating people about the customs of other cultures,
showing them how they are similar or different from their own. P.S. All
the pictures on this page were taken with my Canon EOS 1200D, I hope you
4 Reasons Why Travel Photography Is So Rewarding
You will develop a deep love
and respect for this planet
It’s very easy to take this world for granted. It’s not like we try
to, but we rarely take the time to get out there and see the world
outside of our cities and busy routine. Photographing this magical
planet, helps you to be more aware of your surroundings and to fully
understand the importance of respecting and protecting it.
You get to revisit your best
memories time and time again
By capturing your wanderful moments into eternity, you can go back
in time and warm up your heart. Revisit and relive those memories
that are worth remembering, those moments that you have shared and
the lessons that you have learned. You can go back to the sights,
the sounds and even the smells.
You get to capture Earth's most beautiful places and moments
If you think about it, you are capturing a moment of the Earth's
history in the place you are shooting. You may take a photo that can
never be replicated. Each day is unique; not only do you get to
experience these beautiful places, you also have ownership of that
historical piece of art.
You'll never run out of places
to see and capture
What makes it even more rewarding is that you can spend your entire
life photographing our planet and not even scratch the surface of
what you can see and shoot. It's the most beautiful dilemma you
could ever have: too many beautiful places, too little time.
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