If you like to travel and want to make the most of it, then clicking memories for your online social media scrapbook is an essential part. But you have to learn to do it in a way that will stand out – and not just be among the horde of pictures.
A true blue traveller’s picture will have more than just a scenery – it will have character. In this blog, we are going to take a look at how you can develop that skill for your snaps.
Want to find out how? Let’s take a look:
Bring some life into your pictures
You might have been booking some awesome tours with travel agencies in India, but are still not getting the results you need? What do you do then?
You find a way to add some life to it. Colors, flowers, people, or age old objects that seem no less than people, the options are a million. All you have to do is look around and take your pick.
There is always something that can add more life to your character.
Add a bit of character
The age old coffee shop, the wooden table with colors scraping off, or the Tibetan vase in your hotel room that adds a perfect foil to the blissful view – whatever you might find will add character to your pictures.
It will help you personalize the experience.
There is no question that if your social media following wanted to look at blissful sceneries of where you have been, they could just Google a few images. But when you add things to your frames that were a part of your personal experience, you create something timeless.
Don’t forget to really smile
For once, forget which profile of yours looks good, how awkward your smile is, and all of those other aesthetic considerations. For once, just smile and be in that moment!
Get the lady with an awesome food stall in the frame, or maybe your travel guide – there is really no bounds to who it will be on your group tours in India. The human spirit wants to thrive in the experience of love, gratitude, and affection, and your pictures should bring out that part in you!
These are the 3 things you can add to your travel snaps to get more social media attention – but don’t do it for the sake of it.
Do it because you want to immerse yourself in the experience this world has to offer – because that is always the best kind of reason!