Pick your shots
This tip is quite helpful when you are actually on your vacation already. I mentioned how I liked taking snapshots of everything and anything while on vacation. While this might cover most every aspect of our trip, it would also be good to think about your shots. This is particularly important when you are taking pictures of landscapes and similar scenery. You have to consider elements such as the lighting, the background, and so on. This does not mean that you should stop clicking on the camera. All I want to say is that before you do click, consider the factors that would make your photo look better.
Trust your gut instinct
I am not an expert photographer. To be honest I do not know much about the technical stuff – that is why I have a very handy point and shoot Sony camera. It does most of the work for me. However, I do want really moving pictures that would remind me of the good times that I had on a vacation. That is why I take lots of pictures. I take pictures of whatever moves me. Never mind that some people in your party may think you are overdoing it. They will probably laugh with you and thank you at the end of the trip when they go over the pictures that you have taken.