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USE BRIGHT COLORFUL

BACKGROUND

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USE BRIGHT COLORFUL

BACKGROUND

A colourful wall like this one in Macao Fisherman’s Wharf looks great on its own but including a person in the shot adds another dimensions to the image and engages your viewers right away!

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FIND A POP OF

COLOUR

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FIND A POP OF

COLOUR

Catch your viewers’ eye by adding a pop of colour that stands out against the other colours in a scene. The powerful impact creates a strong focal point. For a shoot like this, visit Macao Fisherman’s Wharf this holiday.

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GET UP HIGH

& LOOK DOWN

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GET UP HIGH

& LOOK DOWN

Looking down towards your subject is another way to get a new and unique angle with your perspective photography. Gain access to the roof of a tall building to discover some amazing vantage points. For the ultimate bird’s eye view of Macao, try out the bungee jump at Macau Tower!

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SHOOT FROM A

LOW ANGLE

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SHOOT FROM A

LOW ANGLE

It can be challenging as you squat, sit, kneel or lie down to capture your image but the results can be stunning! It’s worth the effort because it provides an out-of-the-ordinary look at your subject. Half the size of the original, Eiffel Tower at The Parisian Macao offers breathtaking views of the Cotai Strip from Level 7 and Level 37.

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LOOK UP

AT YOUR SUBJECT

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LOOK UP

AT YOUR SUBJECT

Look way up while you’re roaming the busy streets of Macao city and capture a creative new view of your surroundings. You can get this shoot at the apartment complex next to the bus stop Rua Sul Do Patane. But here’s the catch: you’ll have to sneak in the building by acting as a local when someone open the doors!

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SHOOT A STRAIGHT-ON FACADE

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SHOOT A STRAIGHT-ON FACADE

Don’t dismiss the idea of shooting a “straight-on” photo of a building’s facade. Buildings that have regular patterns of windows, columns, or other interesting design features usually make great facade shots. Visit Four Seasons Hotel Macao for a shoot like this.

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SHOOT INTERIORS

In addition to photographing the outside of buildings, explore the inside for great architectural photos and you’ll often discover more interesting features and angles. Do not miss out this sculptural design of Morpheus inspired by China’s centuries-old tradition of jade carving.

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LEVERAGE

THE BUSY-NESS

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LEVERAGE

THE BUSY-NESS

There is just no getting away from people on crowded, busy streets like Rua Do Cunha. Often, it’s a waiting and asking game. Why not leverage this busy-ness by incorporating motion into your images such as this one?

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NIGHT

PHOTOGRAPHY

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NIGHT

PHOTOGRAPHY

Night photography can be incredibly rewarding. The same scene captured during the day at Rua Do Cunha undergoes a remarkable transformation at night. Create that mysterious and magical feeling in your photos now!

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