UfD: Travel Photography-Lessons Learned


Travel Photography-Lessons Learned

Last December Leanne invited me to write a post entitled “Up for Discussion- Travel Photography” for her blog and I happily accepted the opportunity. Both she and I were planning major trips to completely different destinations—New York City and Antarctica—and we asked readers to offer their thoughts on what gear we should be taking. The responses were numerous and full of good ideas.

My Antarctica trip is now completed and Leanne suggested a “Lessons Learned” post might be of interest. It also is opportunity to thank those who commented on the original article. Their collective wisdom was of great help in my pre-trip research. On the subject of pre-trip research I would also recommend a post by Susan Portnoy, an excellent travel photographer based in New York City.

Antarctica 21 Early Morning (38mm, shot at f/5.6, 1/1000th sec., ISO 800)

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