There are many photographers that claim that you only have to step outside your door to capture amazing photos. That’s the case of Keith Carter, who would not travel more than a 50 miles radius from its location to capture very interesting photos. It’s true that not everyone is Mr. Carter and also the fact that, as wisely expressed by the Greco Roman mythology, which tells us that it’s not the final destination, but the journey what matters. A photography tour, in many instances, can produce a feeling of trepidation at exploring a new horizon, but the experience from conquering a new landscape can’t be ignore lightly.
We believe that the discovery has an equal effect with the task at hand, say a photography tour or a new perspective on things.
It provides a fresh new set of eyes for the old problem and a more relaxed approach to the technical aspect related to the craft.
Sure, after traveling so many miles, it would be a shame to lose the perfect shot, that’s true, but it’s more likely that due to the distance and the fresh look on things there will be more than one, but many other ‘perfect’ or idyllic shots to enhance what you’re doing.
The shared experiences is also a valued plus, since you don’t have to translate what you’re saying. Many people have gladly exchanged social media users after a favorable trip, and wanted to keep in touch with others, which in part, have also contributed to the harmony of the journey.
Either locally or in a far away land, the important thing is that you keep inspired and productive. A photographic tour is an excellent strategy to comply with both, while at the same time, meeting fellow photographers and establishing links around your 50 mile local radius.
We hope you can join us at any of our Photo Tour South America