WASHINGTON — Tip 1: Plan to be in the most beautiful places at sunrise/sunset
When planning a road trip, we naturally think of our route, what we’ll eat, what we’ll see, where we’ll stay for the night etc… but don’t forget to consider the sunlight. If you can, plan to be in the prettiest spots in the first or last couple hours of daylight… this is when the sunlight is warm and golden and the landscapes will look their best!
This one simple effort will make a massive impact on the quality of your pictures!
Tip 2: ABC (always be charging)
Nothing like a day full of traveling, only to arrive at your beautiful destination with a dead iPhone! Keep your battery charged throughout the day to ensure you’ve got plenty of juice to take pictures when it matters most.
Pro Tip: Use the iPhone’s Low Power Mode to conserve power through out the day. To do this, just ask Siri to “Turn on Low Power mode.”
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