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The Art Of Packing

There’s an art to packing. Practice it with care. You’ll get better every time you do it. Learning this art will help you make the most of any photographic expedition and enjoy it more.

Do pack the essentials. Don’t pack too much. Travelling with too much is hard to handle, tiring, and can be costly. Less is more – up to a point.

Before you travel, take the time to get organized and be prepared. You’ll make better photographs and enjoy traveling more too.

Read more of my thoughts on packing with lots of useful tips here.

Find my Equipment Packing List here.

Find my Clothes Packing List here.

Tune into my free webinar The Art of Travel on LowePro 2/1 @ 2 EST

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2 Responses to “This post came at an absolute perfect time for me”

  1. I learned this one the hard way at PSW Vegas this year. Brought all my 2.8 glass. Packed it around Vegas for 5 days. Never took a shot that I wouldn't have been able to get with an 18-200 variable, or a fast 50. But got a really sore shoulder.

    · January 26, 2012 @ 11:38 pm

  2. interesting post +David Hodgins – I am going to S. Africa next month for 22 days. I'm economizing on my PC's weight by taking my Galaxy 8.9. Now my camera – D300 body and am thinking on just my 18-200, 10.5, and light flash SB400. Frankly don't think I'll lose out too much.

    I'll also take my beloved Ricoh GR Digital I and fabulous (and expensive!) optical viewfinder

    · February 8, 2012 @ 1:26 pm

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