5. Change Your Perspective
It’s easy to get stuck in a rut, but changing up your angles or perspectives can infuse much-needed variety into your travel photography.
Also, presenting a different perspective or technique can help your photos stand out from the typically seen.
Try switching subjects, shooting techniques, camera height, or lens used.
6. Consider Composition
A strong composition can make your travel photos stand out instantly! Consider the rule of thirds, golden ratio, perspective or leading lines, and colour.
Taking a few extra moments to ensure your composition is on point will pay off when you have stellar photos to show from your travels.