Maybe take a nap at noon to get yourself energised for the evening, night life, nightscape photography. It is also best to use apps like “The Photographer’s Ephemeris” or “Photopills” to do location scouting and/or decide on the direction of light for a particular location and time.
5. Photograph People and their Culture:
Most travel photographers stop with just photographing landscapes, famous landmarks and tourist locations of the destination, but forget the humans that make and bring life to the destinations that they travel to.
Photographing people and their culture can be very interesting, educational and can be a learning curve to venture into new areas of photography.
Walk around the areas, study and observe what the locals are doing and incorporate their lifestyles or daily activities to compose the image. Even better to learn a few basic words in the local language and use it to communicate with the locals to find out about their traditions, culture and daily activities.