Our focus in photographing family travel today is Settings–but not just any Settings. We want Settings with a Purpose! We have focused on Capturing Conflict and Defining Details. Now we break away from zooming in real close; we go WIDE.
The Setting is something that is easy to forget. I love photographing people, so I easily get caught up in their emotions, facial expressions, gestures, connections. But where were we? Where did the story take place? When photographing family travel, the setting shots are just as important as the subjects.
Our family adventure in Thailand continues with a journey to the Lake, a national, wildlife preserve! It was ALL about Setting! We started on a bus with forty Thai people for two hours,