View image of Environmental portraits add context and allow the viewer to learn something about the person; the location is an integral part of the picture. This kind of portrait lends itself to the use of wide-angle lenses. Get close so that nothing comes between the camera and the subject â a particularly helpful technique for crowded situations such as markets and busy streets. Pictured is a craftsman in his shop on Italyâs Amalfi Coast. (Richard I'Anson/LPI) (Credit: Richard I'Anson/LPI)
Capturing close-ups of people is a challenging and sometimes daunting proposition, but if done successfully it will add a great deal of depth and interest to your travel pictures.