Five Tips to Photographing Religious Shrines – Free Quick Guide

Do you have a big vacation planned? Are you traveling to a foreign country or another large city within your own country?

Religious shrines are often attractive places to photograph, especially when we travel.

Holy places feature all manner of visual stimuli that make them excellent subjects.

However, we’ve all seen the dull holiday snaps of temples and churches that don’t hold a candle to the real thing.

How do you create National Geographic-styled shots of these fantastic places?

What makes photographing religious shrines challenging? You will receive five tips to enlighten you about making your photos of holy places look even more heavenly in this guide.

Kevin Landwer-Johan has spent many years photographing some of the most famous religious shrines across Asia.

These tips will not only help you create better pictures, but they will also keep you safe and in good standing with the locals.

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Photo Credit: Kevin Landwer-Johan

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