In this day and age, travel is almost invariably accompanied by friends, colleagues, family and randoms, begging to see your travel pictures. It’s all well and good to show them your hastily thrown together picture album you’ve been carrying around for weeks hoping someone will ask to see it; but you’re just noticing that all the pictures you’ve taken look like postcards or awkward selfies, not the cute Instagram aesthetic you were going for. That’s because you travelled solo and you only had your own arms, and potentially a selfie stick, to try to capture yourself in the magic of the places you visited. Sure, you’ll always have the memories, but most people won’t care about that time you became Snow White and led a procession of deer down the street. They’ll want to see the proof through pictures and videos. So, how do you take the perfect holiday snap, when you just have you, yourself and your camera. Well don’t worry, because I put together this another super helpful Melissa guide, this time on
“The solo traveller’s guide to taking the perfect picture (of yourself)”.
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