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Stop taking these travel photos

USA TODAY Logo USA TODAY | Slide 2 of 11: Feet: In the sand, on a summit, or in the subway, feet seem to creep into photos that would otherwise work without them, but adding them in is a way to say, “Look, I’m really here.” Get the rest of yourself in a shot—like a good old-fashioned family travel photo—by (gasp!) asking a stranger if they’d mind taking a photo of you. For the more hardcore photographers, a tripod and camera timer or remote works wonders.

Feet

In the sand, on a summit, or in the subway, feet seem to creep into photos that would otherwise work without them, but adding them in is a way to say, “Look, I’m really here.” Get the rest of yourself in a shot—like a good old-fashioned family travel photo—by (gasp!) asking a stranger if they’d mind taking a photo of you. For the more hardcore photographers, a tripod and camera timer or remote works wonders.

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