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When you’re on holiday, sometimes you’ve got to take pictures for the ‘gram.

But how to do it? Is it about being technical, or is the story you’re trying to tell with the photograph the most important part of it?

According to 23-year-old travel photographer Brian Chorski, it’s the latter.

Speaking to UpRoxx, he gaves some tips about taking good shots, and they're not hard:

Have a story

I would say a couple tips, at least from me, is to be able to tell the best stories as possible.

Don’t plan

I would say keep the planning to a very minimum. Have a good idea of where you want to end up and who you want to be with, but from there let your creativity, your fun playful side show.

Have fun

Leave room for the fun

Don’t force a ‘good’ shot

Don’t focus too hard on getting the shot. I think that’s one thing a lot of photographers these days could take to heart.

Have good company

I think the reason I’ve gotten such enjoyment out of being places is because of people I’ve shared it with. I don’t think I’d have as much fun if I were just by myself in these places.

H/T UPROXX

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