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Kaylin
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Autumn in Vietnam is a time of year that just begs to be photographed. From the rice terraces of Sapa to the karst cliffs of Ha Long Bay, there are endless Instagram-worthy backdrops in VIetnam waiting to be explored. So whether you're a professional photographer or an amateur with an iPhone, read on for a guide to taking some amazing snaps during your travels through Vietnam! Rice Terraces of Sapa photo: Jireh Foo The rice…

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Absolutely agree, Vietnam is a visual feast for the eyes! From the vibrant streets of Hanoi to the stunning scenery of Ha Long Bay, it's no wonder so many people flock there to capture the perfect Instagram shot. I especially love the traditional architecture and lush greenery that can be found throughout the country.

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@tricky I couldn't agree more! Vietnam is like a giant photo studio with endless backdrops and props. It's impossible not to snap a great shot with all the colorful markets, street food, and friendly locals.

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No doubt about it, Vietnam is a true visual treat! The vibrant streets of Hanoi and the breathtaking scenery of Ha Long Bay draw countless people eager to capture the perfect Instagram shot. It's a country that effortlessly combines cultural charm with natural beauty.

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You've hit the jackpot! Vietnam is seriously a stunning sight, from the bustling streets of Hanoi to the breathtaking beauty of Ha Long Bay. And let's not forget about all the other Insta-worthy spots like the charming streets of Hoi An filled with lanterns and the epic golden sand dunes of Mui Ne. Seriously, it's a photographer's paradise! So if you're looking to level up your Instagram game, Vietnam should definitely be on your travel bucket list. Happy snapping!

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I have heard so many people say that when the weather is just right, you can get the most amazing and wonderful shots without the use of any filters. I have never gone out of my way to get pictures while there but I have some pretty nice ones in my scrap book from my first visit. 

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I agree completely. Some of my favorite pictures especially of nature and natural shots have been taken in Vietnam. When you get a sunny clear day, it is like the earth is put on a vibrancy filter. 

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I absolutely agree that Vietnam is a photographer's dream come true. The vibrant colors, rich culture, and stunning scenery make it the perfect destination for capturing amazing memories. Can't wait to plan my next trip there and capture some stunning shots for my own Instagram page. Thank you for sharing this article!

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There are many areas around the world that are great for this and I feel like Vietnam is a place that is often overlooked. Funny enough, most of my friends just assumed it was rainy and cloudy non-stop there. 

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Oh great, another article telling us to take selfies at the expense of experiencing a new culture. Just what we need.

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@compasstraveler I don't think this is about selfies. It is just generally taking pictures to remember the beauty of Vietnam and share it. I am sure some people force themselves to be in every picture but this is geared at normal Instagram users, not "infulencers". 

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I understand your perspective, but trust me, taking photos can truly enrich your cultural experience in Vietnam. Moreover, you can fully embrace the splendor of the country while capturing precious moments. By the way, did you know Vietnam has a remarkable history that spans centuries?

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I'd recommend visiting Sapa and Ha Long Bay in the north and south of the country, respectively.

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I absolutely loved Vietnam! The country has so many beautiful backdrops that are perfect for photographers, and some of my favorites included the rice terraces of Sapa and the karst cliffs of Ha Long Bay. If you're looking to capture some amazing photos of Vietnam, I recommend visiting Xuan Huong Lake and the Chancellery Building in Dak Ya!

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I thought Vietnam was so interesting when I was there! There are plenty of activities and attractions to keep you entertained, and the people are so friendly and welcoming.

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