20 Travel Photography Tips | How To Get The Best Travel Photos

Capturing great travel photography can be tricky; you want to preserve treasured memories but still enjoy your trip.

Whether you’re documenting a weekend city break or a month-long journey across continents, taking photos make your fading memories stand the test of time.

Capturing images that are realistic, powerful, and original will enrich your adventure, but how to do you do that?

There are an endless amount of travel photography tips available, but f you are just starting out, it can be confusing.

Never fear–join us as we list 20 easy travel photography tips to help take your images to the next level.

1. Always Carry Your Camera

A travel photography shot of a man sat on a cliff, taking photos of misty mountains <...

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Kale Smoothie – That Actually Tastes Good!

A Kale Smoothie recipe that actually tastes amazing! The perfect breakfast or snack, with no bananas and full of protein.

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For a long time, I couldn’t stand the taste of kale in a green smoothie. I always felt like I could taste it too much, so I stuck with spinach most of the time. 

But I finally came up with the perfect blend of ingredients that mask the kale SO WELL, you can’t even tell it’s there! 

This Kale Smoothie recipe makes one large smoothie or two smaller servings. Sometimes I drink the whole thing for breakfast if I’m in the mood and don’t feel like eating yet, but often my husband and I will s...

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How to activate dark mode for Instagram

Running Instagram in dark mode can help conserve power (as Google's research has revealed), it's easier on the eyes at night, the contrast can make text easier to read and perhaps most importantly, it just looks cool.

Developers have been scrambling to update their apps with new color schemes in recent months (Google Chrome, Facebook and Twitter have all received makeovers), and Instagram is one of the latest to gain the option.

However, enabling dark mode for Instagram isn't as simple as flicking a switch in the app, and it isn't yet available to everyone. As head of Instagram Adam Mosseri notes in a tweet, you need to be running the latest version of the mobile operating system – that is, Android 10 or iOS 13 – to enjoy the dark tones:

Starting today, you can use Instagram in dark mode on iOS 13 or Android 10. Turn dark mode on your phone to try it out. 

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Villa “Alders” by Joris Verhoeven Architectuur

With a quick glance at this Dutch house, it will not immediately stand out. Most of the houses in the Netherlands are made in brickwork and a lot of them are orange.

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Taking a closer look you will discover her special characteristics. The floating carport, asymmetrical layout, and the specific brickwork details ensure that this modest and sober home is e...

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Elegance and Class Wrapped In Two Modern Interiors

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18 Clever Ways to Bring Gardening Into the Classroom

Gardening is a great way to meet science standards, no matter what grade you teach. Whether you’re studying plant life cycle, botany, ecosystems, or something else, there are likely gardening projects out there to bring hands-on learning to your classroom. And there’s no experience required either. 

For years, I’ve been writing about plants and gardening with kids, and I also do a lot of gardening with my own children. I know it can seem a bit involved to bring gardening into your classroom, but it doesn’t have to be. To give you some ideas, I’ve divided these classroom gardening ideas into three levels, from beginning gardener to green-thumb expert. I hope they inspire you to get gardening this month. 

Level 1: Stick to the basics

You don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to a big plant or gardening project, but you’d love something creative to meet your science unit. Does this sound like you? Th...

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35 Billie Eilish Outfits: Baggy Styles

From hair color inspired by highlighters to a stage style pulled straight from the '90s, Billie Eilish doesn't seem to be afraid to embrace bold and colorful style moments. The recent Justin Bieber collaborator has made a seriously memorable statement with her music, but we also can't get enough of her wardrobe. The popular musician has been spotted in just about everything, including a Powerpuff Girls top and a shopping bag, and in case you've missed a second of the fashionable action, we've rounded up some of her best looks.

If you're in need of a monochromatic moment or you're not sure how to incorporate your favorite cartoons into your closet, Billie has you covered. From the stage to her street style, the singer has delivered on enough stylish ensembles to eternally cover our entire wardrobe mood board. Turn on your favorite Billie tune, and then take a scroll through some...

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Trending: The Half-Up Top Knot

 

Remember when the top knot was all the rage? Well, top knot, you’ve got some stiff competition, and it comes in the form of the slightly more feminine and sexy AF half-up top knot, as worn on the heads of Kourtney Kardashian, Lily Aldridge, and Kim Kardashian. This super flattering style adds a few extra inches in the vertical direction, and it’s relatively simple to achieve.

To recreate, take the front half of your hair and gather at the crown of your head (the higher, the better). Use a rubber band to secure. Then wrap the hair already in the rubber band into a bun and pull the tail through, like tying a knot. Keep in place with a few bobby pins. Showing the tail is chic, so pull out a few random pieces to re...

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Myanmar Through an Ethical Lens

Focus on the People, Not the Politics

Hla de, hla de (beautiful, beautiful),” purrs photographer Nathan Horton. One of his Nikon lenses is focused on the ebony irises of a caramel-skinned woman from the Pa-Oh hill tribe in Shan State, Myanmar. Another protrudes from his hip, dangling from a second camera body like a bonus appendage.

The villager is shy, hesitant to engage with the camera. “I’ve grown old,” she demurs, remembering the British-born photographer from a previous visit. But Horton turns his once imposing lens into a bridge. With a little more encouragement in her native tongue, his subject’s eyes light up and thanaka-smeared cheeks crinkle into a smile, r...

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