ESSENTIAL TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT TRIP

Take a picture of your business card

If someone finds your camera, they can track you down. Do the same for your phone’s lock screen, too.

Pack light

We recommend the following:

Camera: Sure, an entry-level DSLR would give you tons more control over light, focus, and depth of field, but a point-and-shoot or current smartphone should do you just fine.
Charger & adaptor (if you’re traveling to a foreign country)
Tripod: In addition to making low-light situations clearer, think outside the box and use a tripod or monopod to go where your arms can’t reach.
Lenses
ND (neutral density) filter: Makes long exposures possible during the day.
Remote Control: For DSLR selfies and perspectives that don’t keep your eye glued to the back of the camera.
Duct tape: So many uses. So many.
Multiple hard drives: you’ll only skip this step one time.

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