25 Photo Clichés You Should Stop Doing (from DigitalRev TV)

Oh boy, I do take a lot of panoramic landscape-y photos. Arguably, I take too many landscape photos in general (exhibits A through Z). Which of these photo clichés are you guilty of?

Source: DigitalRev TV YouTube

Until next time,

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Author: Akanksha Singh

Twenty-something travel addict || Likes: coffee, sarcasm, the Oxford comma, blue skies, and cobblestone roads. || Dislikes: rudeness, carrots, and pigeons (read: winged-rats with satanic eyes).

5 thoughts on “25 Photo Clichés You Should Stop Doing (from DigitalRev TV)”

  1. I effing love this video. The presenter is so funny. I need my frames, sorry. Wow, if we scrubbed all of these types off the Internet, what would people do? I was laughing my head off and alarmed a few colleagues. But he has a point. Keep taking photographs and try to keep the subjects original. Can’t agree more.

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    1. Just stalked your entire blog, Sabiscuit- such lovely photographs! I especially loved the ship ones: you have *such* an ability to make scenes seem ethereal! As far as taking photos goes, I feel like you’ve really found your voice… me, on the other hand, not so much!

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      1. Thank you so much for visiting. I am very happy to have you over. Of course, I am not kidding myself thinking I’m a photographer so I was very happy to see this. Even though I have a signature of sort, it’s good to re reminded to never be complacent. I am very happy you liked the Buccaneer photos. I hope you have a wonderful weekend. xo


  2. One of my tips: On arrival, check out the postcard display in the nearest souvenir shop; that way, you know what the clichés are. And, I’m looking forward to my visit to Machu Picchu next year. I’ll look for some *original* viewpoints, rather that the ‘city with the hill beyond’ which the world and his cousin seem to take.

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