What equipment do you take for an out-of-state wedding or for family portraits? When you fly by plane to other countries to photograph clients, how do you get the gear you need there safely? What’s your basic gear for flying on planes in terms of camera bodies, lenses, lights, poles, tripods, and luggage? What do you carry on and what do you check? And how do you deal with the threat of stolen gear or loss of images in terms of backup solutions on the road?
I cover all this and more in this in-depth video. Watch and see if you agree or disagree on the various points.
The small flashes on stands shown in this video come in a set. They’re the Phottix Mitros+ shown better in this other video.
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