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37 Tips For Improving Your Travel Pictures At Markets – Part III

Part III – Editing / Post-Processing Your Pictures in LightRoom

Golden Dal, Lake Dal, Srinagar, Kashmir

Golden Dal, Lake Dal, Srinagar, Kashmir

No matter where I travel, I immensely enjoy visiting markets. Many of them, especially in Africa & in Asia, but also in the Middle East & in South America, are an assault to your senses: colorful and at times disorientating, aromatic or even intoxicating, vibrant and eventually hectic places… But this is where “the real life” can be found, so different from touristic highlights (though some markets have turned extremely popular in the last years, even amongst tour groups…) Continue Reading →

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29 Tips For Improving Your Travel Pictures At Markets – Part II

Part II – Photo Technics

Bac Ha Sunday Market, North Vietnam

Bac Ha Sunday Market, North Vietnam

No matter where I travel, I immensely enjoy visiting markets. Many of them, especially in Africa & in Asia, but also in the Middle East & in South America, are an assault to your senses: colorful and at times disorientating, aromatic or even intoxicating, vibrant and eventually hectic places… But this is where “the real life” can be found, so different from touristic highlights (though some markets have turned extremely popular in the last years, even amongst tour groups…) Continue Reading →

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24 Tips For Improving Your Travel Pictures At Markets – Part I

Part I – Organizational Aspects

Traditional "Indigenous" Sunday Market in Tarabuco, Bolivia, South America

Traditional “Indigenous” Sunday Market in Tarabuco, Bolivia, South America

No matter where I travel, I immensely enjoy visiting markets. Many of them, especially in Africa & in Asia, but also in the Middle East & in South America, are an assault to your senses: colorful and at times disorientating, aromatic or even intoxicating, vibrant and eventually hectic places… But this is where “the real life” can be found, so different from touristic highlights (though some markets have turned extremely popular in the last years, even amongst tour groups…) Continue Reading →

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