Going back

posted on 25th of august, 2015

Most people who travel go to each place they visit just once in their lifetime. Time is short and things to see plenty so why waste time. Traveling isn't cheap either so it makes sense to spend your money on something new and exciting. From a travel photographer's point of view however there is lot's to gain in going back.

Let's admit it, the first time you visit a country you want to see it all. Even when you do your best to limit yourself you'll probably still be overdoing it and you'll spend too little time in each city or area you're passing through. This means having just one shot (and a quick one at that) at all there is to photograph.

Going back gives you a unique opportunity to relax and take your time to get the best out of your photography trip. No more stress to see this and that, you'...

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Posted by Elifranssens on September 03, 2015
I'm not yet able to go back to Norway... I still need to go for the first time. But I'm not surprised you'd like to go back there, I've seen some amazing images from other photographers.

Remember not to go during winter time... too cold and no light... at all.
Posted by Truthservant on August 28, 2015
I may go back to some places because the photos I took there were bad, and can be better, talking just photographicaly.
Posted by Freidirt on August 26, 2015
Fully agree! I don't have going back experience yet, but I dream of coming back to Norway, new and already seen places. I just start photographing and feel so many opportunities there.

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