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How I Take My Travel Selfies📷🏄‍♂️

Myself surrounded by Mahseer Barb fish at Namtok Phlio National Park.

By Benjapol Disates, DET Marketing

I like to spend most of my vacations at peaceful places, especially at Thai national parks, and take a selfie with a gorgeous view to keep for my memories. When we talk about “selfies”, many people typically take them with a camera or smartphone, which may be hand-held or attached to a selfie stick, with a super smiling face in the shot.

Instead of a traditional, head-on self-portrait, I prefer to focus on elegant views. I don’t have to worry much about what I do with my face or my posing too much, but I am adding scale and myself as a human interest element to my photo.

Touching the golden sunlight on the first day of 2019 at the temple of the Emerald Buddha

Sometimes, I love to go traveling solo with my tripod that’s under $10. This gives me a lot more freedom to take photos and change my plans. For setting up the tripod and camera, simply set the timer on your phone or use remote control.  These functions are much more convenient to use with the camera and phone models nowadays.

Beautiful pink sky in the morning at Ko Samet National Park.

After the trip is over, I do photo editing, which is one of my favorite hobbies. I usually take my time to edit photos by using my mobile device during the journey back home. There are many good free photo-editing applications available for you to enhance the photos like a pro.

Reach the top of breathtaking Kawah Ijen volcano after a couple hours of climbing.

If you want to know more specifics or discuss photography tips and tricks, please feel free to connect to my Instagram at @ben_hummer

About the Author (Editorial Team)

A cat-lover who loves photography and making cinematic video. I graduated and lived in Beijing for almost 10 years.
Now I’m part of the DET marketing team assisting in event management and photography. I’m happy to share and discuss photography tips with you via my Instagram ID: @ben_hummer

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