Posts Tagged ‘travel photography’

The Challenges And Benefits Of Being A Traveling Professional Photographer

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Recently, a young talented photographer that is on his way to a very promising career asked me about how I handled traveling so much. You see he was about to accept some projects that would take him away from home for an extended period of time and he was concerned about how he would take […]


I Never Thought It Would Be Possible To Love A Light Stand Like This: Manfrotto 1004BAC

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Regular followers of my blog and various forms of social media already know I travel a LOT for shoots. We are talking over 100k miles and thousands spent in baggage fees a year! Thus, a streamlined effective travel kit loaded with gear that doesn’t waste space or weight is crucial for me. I’ve been spending […]


Photographers – Take Better Care Of Yourselves – Part 1 Travel Edition

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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of us photographer and filmmakers taking better care of our bodies and our minds as well as my personal journey. We push ourselves entirely too hard, especially those of us that travel for shoots. Therefore, I’ve started asking friends that are REAL fitness experts, unlike […]


What’s In My Travel Commercial Photography Camera Bag – 2014 Edition

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A lot of people message and ask what I use on the road, considering I am constantly on┬áthe road travelling for shoots. I hope this answers your questions. I provided hotlinks throughout the list in case you wanted to pickup any of this out for yourself. Feel free to message/comment with any questions you may […]


Take A Lot Of iPhone Photos? You May Enjoy My “Photo Stats” iPhone App Review

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I take A LOT of photos on my iPhone, especially when I travel for shoots. Photo Stats is a cool application for your iPhone that analyzes your shooting habits. It lists everything from where you’ve taken photos to your most productive time of day, what percentage you shoot landscape vs horizontal, etc. “If an image […]