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5 Travel-Friendly Laptops
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Whether you like carrying your possessions in a comfy two-strap backpack or a single-strap messenger bag or tote, you’ve probably felt the shoulder and back pain that comes with lugging around a heavy computer. Going lighter used to mean limited productivity, but that’s no longer the case with today’s ultra-slim laptops and convertibles. There’s something out there for every kind of traveler, and...
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When choosing the perfect camera for travel photography, there are myriad options available, depending on the way you like to shoot, how compact you want your camera to be, and how versatile your camera system needs to be. Ranging from ultra-compact point-and-shoots to sleek interchangeable-lens options, here are 12 portable cameras perfect for your upcoming travels. 1. Leica Q2 I’m an advocate...
How to Travel On an Airplane with Camera Gear
by Usnea Lebendig
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The first question you must ask yourself is, how much gear should I bring? If you’re traveling light and avoiding any checked luggage fees, (plus the hassle of waiting at baggage claim, and the risk of lost luggage), then the answer is easy: You can only bring whatever gear you can fit in your overhead-bin-sized carry-on camera bag, plus one under-the-seat “personal item.” This might mean that...
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Numerically speaking, the New England road map is as straightforward as it gets, which makes it a great starting point for a travel excursion. Highway numbers are ordered from East to West, so the lowest numbers—such as historic Route 1—are located farthest east. North/South highways tend to have odd number designations, such as the heavily traveled I-95, whereas East/West routes are assigned...
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The topic of this article might seem easy-breezy to compose, but truth be told—it isn’t. For starters, how do you define “travel friendly?” Where are you going? How are you getting there? And what exactly do you plan on photographing once you get there? Do you already own a camera and lenses? If you do, are you happy with them and, if not, why? There’s simply no way we can address every scenario...
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You are passionate about photography. You are passionate about travel. Maybe you just want to combine your passion for photography with travel to a destination you have always dreamed of visiting. Whatever the reasons for being there, participating in a photography workshop while travelling is a fantastic way to not only improve your photography skills, but also to experience the people and...
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Summer is the perfect season for travel, and we’ve got three dedicated travel backpacks to help you safely carry all your camera gear. Join David Flores from B&H as he talks up some of our favorites: the...
South Dakota: From the Black Hills National Forest to the Badlands
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While South Dakota is officially known as the Mount Rushmore State, its status as the Land of Infinite Variety might prove even more enticing from a photographic point of view. The hodgepodge of scenic wonders contained in this sparsely populated state spans rolling prairie grasslands, rugged Black Hill forests, sparkling underground caves, and otherworldly Badland buttes, much of which is...
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My favorite camera I never bought was the original Sony RX0. Weird, I know, to start off a review of its next generation this way, but I just want to emphasize how appealing the design of the RX0 is to certain individuals. Deciding not to purchase it came down to a single, fatal flaw: no internal 4K. That’s why, when Sony dropped the...
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Despite its greatly reported demise, film is proving to be alive and well among a small yet loyal pool of photo enthusiasts, hipsters, and Luddites. Judging by the bump in price of used film cameras over the past few years, the numbers of this pool are growing. That’s the good news. The not-so-good news is traveling with film—especially flying with film—which requires more pre-planning on your...
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Travel photography has a certain lure that brings out the uninhibited snapshooter in all of us. But how do you deal with the volume of images you download to the computer after your trip? At that point, it’s high time to sharpen your eye as a photo editor. According to award-winning travel photographer Krista Rossow, photo editing is a...
Top 5 Films for Travel Photography
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Traveling with film isn’t quite as straightforward as traveling with a digital camera. With digital, you simply need to pack your camera, pack your lenses, and take some batteries and memory cards. This is all the same for film photography, except, instead of some memory cards, you have to make an active decision about which and how much film you’re going to bring. The more often you travel with...
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I've traveled to many locales over the years, but a recent trip to China was about as far as I've ever been from home, and not just distance-wise. China is a place of extremes and this trip proved to be an amazing experience on many levels. Photographs © Allan Weitz, 2019...
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Ethan Covey’s photographs linger through time and space. Records of insatiable wanderlust, they arrive as unfinished stories, longing for an imaginative viewer. The understated familiarity of Covey’s subjects invites nostalgia and inspires reverie. Created with an ever-growing collection of vintage cameras, a timeless aesthetic prevails, whether depicting a barren landscape in Utah or a motel...
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It’s Travel Week here at B&H, which means it’s time to pack those bags, set your Out-of-Office message, and decide with which deep, introspective quotes you’re going to caption your Instagram posts. If you are lucky enough to be traveling this week (or any time soon), you might want to consider some trip-friendly accessories to bolster the performance of your mobile device. Here are some of...
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