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My essentials travel items

As a travel photographer, I’ve noticed that some of the questions I frequently receive are: What travel items do you take with you? What kind of camera do you use? What photographic equipment do you have with you? Well, I think the time has come to answer all these questions.

I usually travel with hand luggage. Over the years I have learned to become a low maintenance girl at the time of packing. My boyfriend tells me that I am a strange girl because only 30% of my luggage is personal items (clothes, creams …) I always blame my work for it! When your passion is photography, it is normal to be more interested in wearing a good photographic equipment than a nice evening dress, although I have space for everything lol.

Here is a look at the items that I can’t leave at home on my trips as a photographer.

Samsonite Silhouette 16: This carry on luggage is a excellent option for those trips not longer than a week . Glides on 4 wheels, easy to maneuver and very lightweight.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Lift Low Top: As a photographer it’s always a good idea to wear comfortable shoes. These converse are ideal. Believe me !!

Bose-Noise-Marking Sleepbuds: Essential in my travels.

Classic Weekender Bag Cuyana: If youโ€™re looking for a first travel bag that wonโ€™t break the bank, then this lovely cuyana carrier is the one for you. It can easily hold all of your weekend essentials in the spacious zipped inner compartment, and has a soft, luxurious texture that ages elegantly.

Amazon Kindle: I have to be honest and confess that I am a fan of paper books, but if you want to take advantage of the space in your suitcase, the electronic book will be your best option.

Faux Leather Jacket: When it comes to taking a plane, one of the things that are essential for me is my leather jacket. Estchaqueta is very versatile, I use it to wrap up in the plane, but I also combine it for some informal night out.

 

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