Whether you caught the travel bug or are planning your next trip, I’m sure you want to capture all the best moments. If you’re taking photos for Instagram or your blog, here are some tips you can use from Kimi Juan and Martine Cajucom. We broke down their feeds and picked some items that you can use as well.
Get the Right Filter with Escape Journal Maldives Lightroom Presets
A post shared by KIMI JUAN (@kimijuan) on Oct 11, 2017 at 3:17am PDT
Do you like the colors and brightness of Kimi’s photos? Try using her presets. If you use Lightroom, you can download the Escape Journal Maldives Lightroom Preset Pack. It comes with eight custom presets that you can also use on the mobile app. Make your sunset photos even more IG-worthy. Available for download online.
Explore Nature with the GoPro Hero 6
A post shared by Martine ✌🏼 (@martine) on Oct 7, 2017 at 10:51pm PDT
While on her her trip to Australia, Martine went on a hike with fiancé Cliff Ho. She then took a photo of the view from Bushrangers Bay. When you’re planning physical activities for your trip, make sure you have the right camera to take photos. Like this action camera from GoPro. Available at Camerahaus, Central Square.
Take Underwater Photos with Weefine’s Smart Housing
A post shared by KIMI JUAN (@kimijuan) on Jul 9, 2017 at 3:49am PDT
Underwater photos are always a great addition to your feed. To achieve this picture by Kimi, best to use an underwater housing for your smartphone. It can fit most phones and it has a vacuum sealing system that is sure to keep your device dry. Available online.
Pose for a Mirror Selfie with a Samsung Galaxy S8
A post shared by Martine ✌🏼 (@martine) on May 20, 2017 at 4:51pm PDT
For casual photos, Martine likes to take mirror selfies of her outfits or swimsuits. She even took one on the beach during the Sunnies Vacay. For pictures like these, you can just use your smartphone camera, edit if necessary, and post on your feed. Available at SM Aura Premier.
Be Your Own Photographer with the Podo Camera
A post shared by KIMI JUAN (@kimijuan) on Oct 2, 2017 at 3:36am PDT
Kimi admitted that for some of her photos, she uses a trigger on her phone. In situations where you’re alone but want a great photo, consider using a Bluetooth camera. You can stick it on any surface and use the app on your phone to take the picture. And because of its small size, you can just keep it in your bag or even your pocket. Available online.
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