7 photography tips you can learn from iconic images
This advice from Henry Carroll's new book will help budding travel photographers take better shots
Philippe Chancel, Untitled from the series 'Desert Spirit – Dubai 2007-11'
Massimo Vitali, 'Rosinano Culona', 1995
Harry Cory Wright, 'Journey Through the British Isles'. June 2006
Joel Meyerowitz, New York City, 1976
Julius Shulman, Case Study House #22, Pierre Koenig, Architect, Los Angeles, 1960
Floto + Warner, Green, from the series Colourant, 2014
William Henry Jackson, Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, 1883
If dimly lit landscapes and awkwardly cropped close-ups are ruining your Instagram, never fear – Henry Carroll's new book, Read This if You Want to Take Great Photographs of Places, does exactly what it says on the tin. And what a tin it is.
Arming you with a little technical know-how and the secrets behind some of the most staggering travel photos in the history of, well, travel photography, you'll be snapping killer city scenes and shimmering shots of salt flats faster than you can say 'cheese'.
Read This if You Want to Take Great Photographs of Places, by Henry Carroll is out now, laurenceking.com