Fact: Nadine Lustre loves to travel. She's been to Thailand in 2012, went on a trip to Hong Kong all by herself, enjoyed Korea with her bestie Yassi Pressman and even took another trip with her and James's squad, shot On the Wings of Love in the USA, This Time in Japan, and Till I Met You in Greece, and that's not counting her local and other work-related trips yet. Also a fact: she takes great photos. Her feed is peppered with nothing but beautiful images, not just of herself, but of many different things, too. It's safe to say that she's honed her travel photography skills over years of exploring new places and discovering different cultures. Below, we listed the subjects, poses, and angles she consistently uses for her travel shots.
- Pre- or in-flight pic.
Like a prelude to her trip, Nadine almost always starts her travels with a pic like this, taken at the airport or in the airplane.
- Window snap.
Whether it's a pic of the airplane's window showing the clouds or a pic taken from the window revealing the plane's wings, Nadz always manages to take a snap like this everytime she's up in the air.
- Bird's eye view.
The aerial view of any city at night is quite breathtaking, which is no surprise why pics like these always make it to Nadine's feed.
- Worm's eye view.
Nadine's travel photos are never boring because she always finds a way to look at things from a different perspective. Case in point, her travel snaps that are mostly of trees taken from a worm's eye view.
- Facing backwards.
The rare moments Nadz prefers to be in front of the camera, she makes sure it's done in an artistic manner and with a nice view in the background, like this pic with James. She also has a similar one with Lauren Reid in Cebu, and also another with BFF Yassi Pressman in Korea.
Nadine's shoefies don't exactly reveal anything about the country or city she's visiting, but she likes taking #SOTDs whenever she's on vacay. She's done it in countries like Korea, USA, and Japan.
This photo-of-a-photo thing Nadine does is how you can still take travel photos during your lag time.
- Architecture photos.
Nadine's travel pics aren't limited to beautiful tourist attractions. She's also consistent with her appreciation for exceptional architecture.
- Street art.
Nadz never passes up the chance to post about street art, whether to highlight the creative work or use it as a background for an #OOTD or a selfie.
- Look away.
Nadine's vacay snaps has more "looking away" pics than selfies. We're guessing she either wants to put the spotlight on her outfit (or the view), or she simply just wants to make the pic a little bit more artsy or dramatic.
Which trick will you try on your next trip?