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It's the season to relax and unwind and take that long awaited break. Of course, taking photos and collecting memories are part of everyone's vacation.  And honestly, most of us want picture-perfect shots for our social media feeds.

Trying to level up your travel photos? Check out these tips we've jotted down just for you!

Plan



Before flying out, it's good to plan out your whole trip and get an idea of where the tourist attractions or famous places in the country you're visiting are. This will give you an opportunity to search for some photo inspirations online to help give you ideas on how and where to take your photos.


Wake Up Early


(Photo from: Guesswai)


Tourist spots tend to get crowded easily, making it hard to take decent photos. If you want great shots, be the early bird and get the chance to have the place to yourself before the crowd gets in.

Bring a tripod

(Photo from: StilettoesDiva)


If you're travelling alone, a good old tripod will save you. You can take numerous OOTDs and tourist-y shots with just a tripod and with a little bit of help from your camera's timer.


Prioritise Photography 

(Photo from: nightingzel)


Don't rush. Trying to finish your shoot fast will cause high chances of bad shots. Be sure to allot time for photography in every destination in your itinerary.




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Who ever said that backpacks are only for throwbacks to our school days? Whether you're a one strapper or two, keep scrolling to find out how the Community is sporting this ol' time fashion fave. 


Casual vibe



(Photo from: FabooshLane)



Monochrome love


(Photo from: sodapopp)




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As the temperature rises, our hearts flutter at the thought of the sun, sand and sea. If you’re planning to have a summer getaway, cleo.com.sg reveals top tips for finding the right swimsuit that will make you feel amazing.


Small bust 




If you’re looking for an extra push(-up), opt for a bikini top with built-in pads, or pick one with ruffles to give an illusion of volume.

Apple-shaped



If you feel iffy about showing your midriff, try putting on a high-waisted bottom.

Pear-shaped 


If you’re shy about your hips, draw the attention to your upper body by wearing a bikini top with intricate details.




Read the rest of the story at cleo.com.sg.

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