Friday, 16 November 2012

Photography tips: respecting locals

This article is from the travel site, Wanderlust, and is by Steve Davey, who leads a range of travel photography tours to such exotic destinations as India and Laos.

It can be fascinating watching local people going about their daily toil – but while the resulting photos can be great, you need to shoot with respect, says Steve Davey

Follow the links to read Steve's tips Photography tips: respecting locals | Advice | Wanderlust
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