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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 you’re looking for a first travel bag that won’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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