5 buys that have improved the quality of my photos when I travel solo
- I'm a freelance writer and travel blogger, and I often travel by myself.
- I need to rely on gadgets to take good photos of myself, keep my gear safe, and edit images efficiently.
- Over the years, I've always come back to these five buys - a flexible tripod, photography guide book, anti-theft bag, editing software, and of course, mirrorless camera.
As a freelance writer, travel blogger, and oftentimes, a solo traveler, capturing stunning images of the places I visit is so important, and I'm always trying to improve my skills. I rely on high-performance photography gear and gadgets to help get the best photo - especially when there's no one else around to help.
Travel photography has come a long way since the days of point and shoot disposable cameras. We all remember the joy of taking film to be developed, excitedly flipping through the prints only to find your thumb blocking half of the shot - in every shot.
Over the years, I've come across a few gadgets that have really helped me improve my photos, protect my gear, and step up my travel blogging game.
Here's the gear I use for great travel photos:
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