From national parks to foreign lands, travel means new places and new sights for your camera. Here are tips on bringing home your best travel shots ever.
Photographers love to travel and bring back images from the places they visit. This is part of the heritage of traditional photography. We love to see what our world looks like, even if we can't visit every location ourselves.
Digital photography is ideal for travel. With a camera's LCD review, you can be sure you got that shot at a location before leaving. No more "I hope I got it," then disappointment when the film was processed. In this special section, you'll find photos and tips for getting the most from a variety of subjects and locations. Every photographer has favorite subjects and ways to shoot, and that's great; it means we all find and capture different things. We hope you discover ideas for new image possibilities on these pages.
• On Safari
• Special Events
• Big Cities
• National Parks
• Beautiful Islands
by Sergio Wamon
Over the past few decades, increased tourism in East Africa has brought about a decrease in the freedom for vehicles to explore the grasslands without restriction. Park regulations limit travel to designated roads and tracks. This means you'll need to depend on stronger lenses.