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Travel tales: To be or not to be camera conscious?

Entrepreneur and founder of the world’s largest travel community Jeremy Jauncey on the habit of photographing too much on vacation

brunch Updated: Sep 13, 2020 12:51 IST
Jeremy Jauncey
Jeremy Jauncey
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Jeremy says he likes go off the beaten path and has seen the most stunning beaches in Cyclades on the islands of Milos
Jeremy says he likes go off the beaten path and has seen the most stunning beaches in Cyclades on the islands of Milos

CAPTURE, COOL

Q I have always disliked Japanese tourists who overuse their cameras on holiday. Now I need advice on how not to overuse mine. Tell me how, please.

-DC, Via Instagram

Be selective with the times you shoot. The golden hour, shortly after sunrise and just before sunset is when you’ll have the best light, so not only will you be less annoyed, you’ll have better content too.

LIFE’S A BEACH!

Q What’s the most beautiful beach destination you have been to in your life?

-Arzoo Jindal, Via Instagram

Without doubt the Greek Islands. But not Santorini and Mykonos. I like to go off the beaten path and have seen the most stunning beaches in the Cyclades on the island of Milos.

Jeremy Jauncey is the founder and CEO of one of the world’s best-known travel communities called Beautiful Destinations, which was born out of a social media initiative, and is today a model for start-ups

From HT Brunch, September 13, 2020

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