The Pink Lagoon is a man-made salt lake at Las Coloradas, Yucatán, in eastern Mexico. Start from Cancún, the resort city known around the world, and you can reach the Pink Lagoon in about 3 hours by car. Take photos that show the contrast between the blue sky extending in all directions and the vivid pink of the lake. You’ll have doubts that what you’re seeing is really of this world!
The Pink Lagoon is used regularly to farm salt, so it’s not a place that anyone can access freely. A portion of the lagoon is open to tourists, however, so it’s definitely worth checking out!
And the photogenic scenery doesn’t stop at the Pink Lagoon itself—the surrounding shops and other buildings are colorful and attractive as well. Capture a joyful shot of melting into the tropical colors!
Placing the FR100L’s camera in a location of some height is a great idea. The camera is resistant to water and particles like dust and sand, so feel free to place it on top of a mound of sand or in a small puddle of water. Check your photos on the handheld monitor to find the perfect angle when you activate the shutter, with both the sky and ocean visible straight ahead.
Select Make-up Vivid to adjust the tone of the colors. Make your face look natural while making the background appear even more vibrant, without the need to apply any difficult-to-use effects after you take your photo. And when you’re at your destination, you won’t want to miss the chance to enjoy fashion that dares to shows off your legs just a little more. Use the Long Legs Guide together with the camera’s super-wide-angle lens to make your legs appear long and slender, simply by aligning the position of your head and legs as shown on the screen. Create memories of cute fashion from your trip!
This is the Hidden Waters Nature Park, in the state of Missouri in the Midwestern United States. How about taking some lighthearted selfies with the animals on these spacious farms? What are those mysterious animals in these photos? That’s right, they’re rabbits! They’re called Angora rabbits, and their fluffy hair can grow to lengths of 12 to 15 cm. Their hair is used to make knitting wool and other fabrics.
It’s refreshing to take selfies from within this expansive green scenery, and seeing the photos you share is sure to brighten anyone’s day. Why don’t you take a trip out to a farm or an orchard, and capture a shot with the perfect country atmosphere?
Place the camera on the ground to have it at eye level with the rabbits. Check how all of you look together by using the monitor in your hand, and wait for the moment when they’re looking up to take your shot! Use the Make-up Mode to automatically detect your face, and brighten and smooth out the quality of your skin even when you’re taking photos together with soft and fluffy animals. You can adjust your skin tone and skin smoothness however you like to create a beautiful representation of your skin.
You can also use the Art Shot function to apply art effects with a simple button press, enhancing the atmosphere of your finished photo.
Madagascar—the island nation floating to the east of the African mainland. A country filled with surprises, where over 80% of life can be found nowhere else. Plants are no exception, and Madagascar is home to eight species of baobab tree that are said to be endemic (although this point is disputed). Locals believe that the spirits of the departed dwell within these trees. A one-and-a-half-hour flight on a Cessna from Antananarivo, the country’s capital, to the southwestern city of Morondava will take you to where you can find these mighty trees, 10 meters tall, arranged in a procession along the road, creating scenery that is truly unique. You’ll see this phenomenon only here at the Avenue of the Baobabs, where you can use the FR100L with its super-wide-angle lens to take photos that are sure to make an impact!
With the FR100L’s 16 mm super-wide-angle lens (35 mm film conversion), you can take a single photo that not only features a baobab tree stretching up to the sky, but also a group of friends that you’ve met on your journey. And the High-speed Continuous Shooting function allows you to capture a jumping shot, an indispensable (!?) element in conveying the fun of your trip.
To take a selfie at your favorite angle exactly how you envision it, try hanging the camera over the branch of a tree or placing it on top of a mound of sand. The camera is resistant to water and particles like dust and sand, allowing you to aim for the perfect shot, wherever you are.
Use the Make-up HDR function to take photos that will be uniquely your own. With this function, it’s easy to take a photo that presents your face with beautiful, natural skin, while at the same time making an impression with the shadows from the branches of the trees.
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