Travel and Landscape Photography
Your friends have asked me to raise a difficult subject with you—one they have been too embarrassed to bring up.
They hate it when you go on vacation. It was bad enough in the past when you came to work with 10 envelopes of snapshots fresh from the one-hour photo lab and made them look through hundreds of photos of white, sandy beaches. Now that you are just bringing in the camera and scrolling through the memory card, it has become unbearable. Please stop—they’re begging you.
Think about it from the other side. Have you ever been really interested in someone else’s vacation photos? Probably not. There might have been one or two great shots, but chances are you were bored to tears. It’s even worse when ...