The amazing Christ the Redeemer statue is one of the most enduring symbols of Rio de Janeiro. It’s one of the places you shouldn’t miss for the world when visiting this Brazilian city, and if you want to take amazing photos to remind you of your trip, these three tips will get you there.
Full Body Shot
The tricky part about taking photos with imposing statues and buildings is that full-body shots images don’t look that amazing. If you want to take a photo of yourself with the statue, there’ll be a crowd of people around you, and you’ll have to experiment with frames and angles to get them out.
There are many different ways to pose with Christ the Redeemer, but copying the statue’s pose is the most popular option on the market. You can stand in front of the statue or have your back face the camera, outreach your arms and take a shot you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
People usually stand right in front of the statue and hope they’ll get the perfect shot, but that rarely happens. You have to be at the right distance and find the perfect angle if you want to get an amazing shot, so take some time to look for better frames.