Digital SLR Cameras With Wide Angle and Telephoto Zoom
Think "light." If you are dragging around a lot of gear, you'll be too broke to use your camera. Traveling Light does not give you the basics, such as healthy eating for extra memory cards, batteries and flash units at home. If you bring along a laptop, then delivery of a recordable CD or DVD is important. Even if you do not have the ability to edit your pictures after they are downloaded onto your computer, you need to burn these images as a backup and send them to yourself. Thus, if all your equipment is stolen, you'll still have a picture to show when you get home.
Careful Planning and Research Your Destination
Obvious, but many people do not consider when submitting their plans. Day Oktoberfest, as in Germany, Tournament of Roses in Pasadena, California, held each year at the same time. And by planning, I do not mean just planning for the length of time you'll be at your destination. If you're a digital photographer, you will need power to charge your batteries and a way to download and clear off your memory card or you will be in the proverbial creek Without a Paddle. If you're headed overseas where the power is different from us, you'll also get a voltage converter. I recommend the 3317 Kensington International All-in-One Travel Plug Adapter.
Accurate Note Taking
Whether you use a laptop or pen and paper, with good habits like keeping receipts and invoices other expenses incurred during travel is important. Even if you do not write the article, detailed notes on how to get from City A to City B, how much the ticket was the duration of training are details that add value to your site to journals or collaborative efforts with a writer. Remember, your point is not so good once you're home. Foreign names have a way of sounding the same when you go home, note taking is critical. Your article will have more credibility if you provide details as an article of travel is "how" and the narrative part. Another reason for these notes is the documentation when you claim the trip as a business expense.