Road Trip! New Tips for On-The-Road Photography

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It’s road trip time! We’ve got some shiny new tips to add to our Road Trip Photography Guide:

  1. Find weird stuff to take photos ofRoadside America: the ultimate resource for finding odd, obscure, & photogenic places.

    Create a map of your route before you get on the road and don’t miss a single photo op: Stonehenge(s)! Drive-thru trees! Space acorns! Fuh reals. Space acorns.

  2. Plot your photos on a map — Making a photo map of your trip is like a photo album and diary rolled into one.

    Eye-Fi Explore cards and GPS trackers record where your photos were taken, or you can map them in Flickr. Pull up “Your Map” (under “Organize”), then drag & drop your pics into place.

  3. Play with landmarks — Avoid boring landmark pictures by crushing them beneath your mighty feet.

    Get far enough away to make the monument look small enough to hold/prod/stomp on, pose a friend, and shoot. Godzilla’s got nothin’ on you, pal.

Have a peek at our Original Road Trip Photography Guide, then get out on the open road!

Photojojo’s Ultimate Guide to Road Trip Photography

p.s. We’re giving away an Eye-Fi Share Wireless Memory Card on Twitter … why?! Cause gosh ‘darn it, we like you. Follow or re-tweet @Photojojo before Monday to enter.

Photo credits: jasoneppink, dotbenjamin

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