Holidaymakers booking cheap flights to India have been advised of a six-point plan to ensure they get great pictures of their travels.

Holidaymakers booking cheap flights to India have been advised of a six-point plan to ensure they get great pictures of their travels.

Those visiting India have been told by advice website Vtravelled to keep their pictures original and fresh, avoiding taking cliched shots they have seen in albums before.

“It doesn’t matter what camera you have,” holidaymakers are told, “spend a bit more time and use the most powerful tool in the photographer’s arsenal – your creativity.”

Step one in the six-point plan is changing angle, altering the viewpoint is step two and step three is combining a number of different elements in pictures.

The remaining three steps are knowing which lens to use, selecting the correct shutter speed or aperture and thinking carefully about the structure of the composition.

One subject those taking a holiday in India may want to try and photograph is the iconic Taj Mahal, which is one of the eight wonders of the world.

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