The travel photography products roundup explains everything camera-related for your next trip. What will you add to your travel photography packing list?
Take great pictures on your smartphone without lugging around all that extra gear. A few iPhone add ons, like Photojojo iphone lenses, can enhance them even further.
iPhones are the must-have electronic device in travel these days for all the apps and accessories you can add to them. It means you can pack less items and still get the same quality for photos and videos.
Do you struggle with finding the perfect camera but worry about size and value at the same time? Do you want professional quality in a compact size? Kristin might just have the answer for you.
There’s another option for travelers who want good pictures – the mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras, sometimes called Micro Four Thirds Systems. I chose the Olympus E-P2 as my new camera and have been quite pleased with it.
The D-SLR vs. compact camera vs. camera phone — which one do you rely on for your travels? Heather covers the bases here in this post on camera options for travelers!
I’ve always been a believer that it’s the photographer, not the camera, that makes a great photo. But I knew one day I would want to trade in my point and shoot, a dependable Canon Powershot SD1000 Digital Elph, for a digital SLR.
There are plenty of negatives in taking DSLR cameras traveling, like the fact that you can lose it or have it stolen, but when it comes to having amazing holiday photos, they really can’t be beat.
Taking a D-SLR camera on your long-term travel adventure will require a bit of extra care, thought and worry. Here are my top negatives involved with the decision to do so.