By Lauren Hull, GalTime.com
Here we find ourselves at the end of the school year, rounding through spring and heading full speed ahead to summer, and to me this means one thing: VACATION! It is so important you save and preserve every memory you possibly can from these trips (I mean, let's face it, the kids aren't going to be little forever). So, I have compiled a few tips for you on how to take fantastic vacation pictures... making sure you come home happy with your memories.
1. It's all in the camera! While it would seem silly to carry around a DSLR (digital single lens reflex camera) every where we went, it would still be nice to get the crisp clean photos these phenomenal cameras take. If you have the budget, I suggest the Canon PowerShot Pro Series S3 IS. It's a little pricey for an everday camera, but it has an impressive 6 megapixels, includes image stabilization and was rated the number one point and shoot to own by Digitalphotographyschool.com. With the Canon Powershot proRead More »from 5 Tips For Great Vacation Photos