If there is a place that is a photographer’s paradise, then Greece is the place. Greece photos are made picturesque and unique by the different shades of Greece, from landscapes, people, historical artifacts, street life, sunsets, and animals. They are things that will keep your eye behind a camera constantly as they provide incredibly beautiful photos.
Taking Photos in archaeological sites in Greece is one of the most fulfilling excursions when you are in historical place. Photographing within ancient sites is permitted, if you have a handheld camera without any flash in all the museums and archaeological sites. You will find certain areas where taking Greece photos is restricted in museums, but the good thing is they are marked by distinct signs in different languages. Arrange for some special photographing conditions in museums as well as ancient sites through paying a fee and getting a license from the Greek ministry of culture.
For better a photography session since the light inside museums is low, you can change the camera you are using to a higher ISO. For instance, ISO 400 is adequate, although in consumer digital cameras this will lead to more ‘noisy’ photos.
In addition, as you take Greece photos you will realize museums have many artifacts exhibited behind glass. This will make photographing a challenge. To eliminate this problem, you can use a polarizing filter that will clear glass reflections. It can also be useful in eliminating different glares from landscape pictures. In case you did not come with a polarizing filter, you can shoot them at an angle to eliminate the glare.
One distinct museum policy you need to know is that visitors are prevented from photographing ancient statues with humans next to them. If you ask the authorities for an explanation, you will be told that the rule is out of respect for the historical statues.
Taking Greece photos is largely allowed in a good number of Greek museums, but it is forbidden in some such as the Vergina tumulus/museum. Some will ask you to leave your camera at the museum entrance such as the Benaki museum in the heart of Athens.
If you have ideas about Greece only from photos of vivid clear blue skies and water, it is true that you will be surprised at how hazy the Greek horizon can be. In most summers it would be hard to differentiate the horizon line because of the high heat.