Hi , I'm Jen Cooper from the Cannon Collective .
And today I'm here to take you through a few tips of travel photography so you can get the best out of your next trip .
I'm shitting on the Canon G one X Mach two .
It's a powerful compact with DS LR qualities with built in wi-fi .
It's a perfect travel companion .
One of the challenges of shooting on a bright sunny day is getting your exposure right .
The camera will perform very well in auto .
But if you'd like to take a little bit more control of your images , try changing it to one of the semi manual modes like P for program here , you can adjust the exposure compensation by moving the outer ring .
It'll help to make the images brighter or darker .
Getting a nice steady shot is really important .
A tripod is a great tool to use .
If you don't have one , have a look around your surroundings , you might find something to stabilize yourself or your camera .
Otherwise you can use the next trap to pull it tight to get a nice steady shot .
When shooting have a look for a focus point or a point of interest in your frame .
You might like to consider placing this slightly off center to complement the rule of thirds .
If you're feeling creative and would like to add some black and white photos into your holiday album , have a look for the monochrome feature in your camera .
Also have a look for the little things that help tell the story of where you are .
We're heading into the afternoon where timing plays a key role where possible try to photograph your subject in the hour or two after sunrise and before sunset , magical .
This time of day shooting in great light is the difference between capturing an ordinary photograph or an extraordinary one .
So good luck , have fun and happy shooting .
Enjoy your holiday .