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Reader Question: Which exposure mode should I use with my camera? What’s the difference between “Auto” and “A”?
Reader Question: How do I tell a story with photographs?
Reader Question: What is meant by good composition and how do I achieve it?
As a photographer and photo editor for National Geographic Traveler, people often ask me how I approach strangers when I want to take their picture — especially when there’s a language barrier. Here are my thoughts.
In the age of Instagram, everyone’s a photographer. But a few simple tricks still make snapshots actually worth showing off. National Geographic Traveler’s senior photo editor Dan Westergren offers his top three tips for shooting in the field.
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Yesterday marked the publication of Traveler managing editor Scott S. Stuckey’s book, Ultimate Field Guide to Travel Photography, for which he “picked the brains” of 15 full-time professional travel photographers, most of whom have shot for Traveler and other national consumer magazines. Here is an excerpt from Chapter 3, “Get the Story.” Many photographers dream…