1. Take lots of pictures. They do not try to return home and a wonderful scene or event that you photogaphed if you had planned to shoot generously be described.
2. If you plan to share your adventures while you're traveling, you send your representative images to friends and family via e-mail or upload to a photo-sharing Web site. Be selective, however, and do not overdo it. The people are fun to see two or three large images much more than 30 or 40 shots of everything you encounter.
3. If you are traveling in a group, each member should bring their own camera, even if a person agrees to take on the role of the most important photographers. They would like individuals be surprised to see photographic themes in different ways.
4. When photographing an exciting and fun event, take the time now and then behind you or beside you to shoot in order to show the reaction of others.
5. Take when using a digital camera, the time to get the shots you took on that day to review and delete those that are not suitable.
6. Make sure you take along plenty of film or more digital memory cards. It's frustrating to come to discover a must-scene photo-and that way you're the movie or your cards are all full.
7. Bring your battery-charger on the trip. Although you can usually batteries while they are in the camera, allowing a separate charger, you use a second set of batteries, while the first is charged.
8. If you are still unsure about whether a picture of an interesting scene, the company has piqued your interest, take it easy. You can always toss it later if you do not like it. However, it is usually difficult to find at a later date to return to the same conditions.
9. The same principle applies to photos that you think might not fail. It may may be too dark or too cloudy, for example, or the subject is in deep shade or move quickly. But go ahead and take the picture anyway. They will sometimes be amazed by how a tricky shot turns out better than you expected. In addition, many photographs, which have minor problems with stored digital audio editing software or in the darkroom. And if it just does not work, you know what to do ... throw it out.