Instagram Travel Photos With People vs Without #IGTravelThursday
As a travel writer who focuses on family travel, I take a lot of photos of my kids during our trips. I don’t upload them all, nor do I share them all, instead I share a select few through my Instagram feed. What I have noticed over the past few years is that taking photos of a destination, location, attraction or monument WITH a person adds a whole new level of interest.
Take the photo above for example. It’s a shot that I took of the harbour. Sure it’s nice, but the one of my daughter looking out out at the harbour adds a level of emotion and offers a glimpse of a story.
See the difference? There is no right or wrong and I’m not saying everyone should include people in their shots all the time, but it’s something to think about.
You know who taught me this little tip without even trying? My 6-year-old daughter. She recently took this shot of me looking at Michigan from Fort St. Joseph. She clearly has a knack for iPhoneography don’t you think? It’s one of my favorites.
Want to learn more about Instagram Travel?
WHAT: twitter party to discuss about Instagram & travel with #IGTravelTh
WHEN: August 29, 2013, noon EST, 5PM GMT (that’s noon in New York and 5PM in London)
WHO: Join the #IGTravelThursday hosts
@skimbaco, @luxurytravelmom, @elenasonnino, @childmode, @houseofanais,@hinessightblog and @satuvw
Also @Finnstyle_com will be chiming in and they are giving away a Marimekko iPhone case for a Twitter party participant.
PARTY PRIZES: free copies of Instagram as your Guide to the World – How, What and Who to Search and Follow on Instagram to Help You Travel the World ebook, and Marimekko iPhone case!
Be sure to link up with us this week too! We would love to read your #IGTravelThursday posts. Just add your blog post to the linky. Not a blogger? No problem. Join us at Instagram by using hashtag #igtravelthursday and share your travel photos. But sorry- no linking to Instagram images from the linky, just to blog posts.