Michael Fuller : “Photography is my reason to travel; travel my reason for photography.
I journey independently to obscure places to tell stories of culture and adventure. I’ve also begun the ‘ONE Project blog’ to share philosophies and travel advice with others.”
“The Taj Mahal must be one of the most photographed buildings in history. I couldn’t bear to waste kilobytes on another cliché photo. So with soft sunrise light casting across this exquisite building and reflecting in the wavy pond, I framed out the sky and made this image”.
“Four tips to steady your camera for better photos, as easy as: Bracing; Pressing against objects; Burst mode; and Creativity at finding trypods. These are what work best for me. Others swear by beanbags, or string mono-pods (look it up) — but I find those all just too much of a faff”.
Read more about his Tips :Via: https://www.tasmaniangeographic.com/four-steady-camera-tips-for-improving-your-photos/