Packing your bags for your upcoming trip? Don’t forget your camera! And before you set off on your travels, take note of these eight photos that are essential for creating an outstanding photobook!
On the road
If you’re planning a road trip, snap a picture of your mode of transportation. A photo of the road in the rear-view mirror, a family pose next to the RV, a bike next to a river… have fun with your surroundings!
There’s a reason this is a classic shot. Taking a picture of welcome signs is a great way to show off where you’ve been. Try to take a few shots of animal crossings (crocodile, elk, kangaroo…) as well. It’ll enrich the story your photobook will tell.
Your travel itinerary
This is a perfect way to show the details of your travels. A trick is to take photos at regular intervals to show each step of your vacation and set the pace in your photobook.
Feet in the sand
Sometimes the perfect vacation is just lying on a warm beach. Immortalize the moment by taking a picture of your feet in the sand!
The journey can be as memorable as the destination. Snap a photo of a screen with flight details or the wing of a plane in front of a breathtaking sunset. These pictures are perfect for any photobook.
At the top
Reaching the summit of a mountain is an extraordinary accomplishment. So when you do get to the top, take a picture of a flag, banner, rock piles… Use whatever you can to leave your mark (a temporary one of course!) and commemorate the incredible moment.
Many travellers love to take a picture of their passport before they head off on their trip. Place it amid you boarding passes, itinerary or a pair of sunglasses, basically anything else that screams “vacation”. It’s the perfect picture to put on page one of your photobook.
Culinary snapshots are incredibly popular! After all, they’re a great way to showcase local delicacies. Whether you’re about to enjoy fried grasshoppers, spicy noodles, a gigantic hamburger or mouth-watering couscous: immortalize your meals during your travels and use these photos to spice things up in your photobook.