Every photographer knows you have to go to where the good shots are. Sometimes, that puts you in some conditions that are less than camera-friendly. Water, weather, dirt, falls: there’s a lot of things in the real world than can destroy an expensive camera. Getting the shot doesn’t mean losing your equipment, however. With the right preparation, any photographer can keep shooting no matter what.
If you’re going on an adventure, the last thing you want is for your equipment to be ruined before you get there. Rapid changes in temperature, overly wet conditions, even getting caught in the rain outside your hostel can put an end to a session before it even begins.
As carrying cases go, a waterproof, hard-shell case can be a traveling photographer’s best friend. As a bonus,...
Very nice advice. Glad you noticed about btteries in cold weather. I think the number one lesson that I gave lerned over thd years is do not take a chance with lenses, if windy or dusty deffinately have a clear, UV or polorising covering over the lens.
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