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iPhone ‘App’ Of The Week : WorldView

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 04/12/2008 – – iPhone ‘App’ Of The Week : World View Some iPhone ‘Apps’ are immediate hits, getting daily use from the moment I download them, other iPhone ‘Apps’ take some figuring out. This week’s iPhone ‘App’ Of The Week was one of the latter.  I downloaded WorldView without a…

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Updated Anti-Theft Camera Strap : The New PacSafe CarrySafe 100

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 04/12/2008 – Updated Anti-Theft Camera Strap : The New PacSafe CarrySafe 100 Earlier this year I was introduced to the PacSafe CarrySafe 100 anti-theft camera strap by Dan Bannister, a travel photographer based in Calgary, Alberta.  Upon first using the PacSafe CarrySafe 100 I immediately switched all my cameras to…

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Adorama To Host Flying With Fish Workshop Jan 29th

Web: www.fishfotoworldwide.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/10/2008 – Adorama To Host Flying With Fish Workshop Jan 29th The details are still being worked out, but the 2-to-2.5 hours workshop will be on Thursday January 29th starting at 6:30pm at Adorama in New York City. The following is the basic information for the evening workshop: ———START———Travel Logistics…

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The Manfrotto 3373 : The Perfect Traveling Light Stand

Web: www.fishfotoworldwide.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 28/10/2008 – The Manfrotto 3373 : The Perfect Traveling Light Stand Traveling with lighting equipment can be challenging. While it is easy to swap out large studio lights for small strobes and there are many lighting accessories for small strobes, there is still the need to travel with light stands.…

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Staying Safe In An Unfamiliar Environment : Don’t Be A Lost Tourist

Web: www.fishfotoworldwide.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 7/10/2008 – Staying Safe In An Unfamiliar Environment : Don’t Be A Lost Tourist A significant concern of many photographers when working in unfamiliar surroundings is protecting themselves and their equipment. When working in an unfamiliar location many photographers have a tendency to either have a false sense of security…

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Can I Carry My Tripod On-board My Flight?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 1/10/2008 – Can I Carry My Tripod On-board My Flight? What is the #1 question I am asked by nature and landscape photographers? “Can I carry my tripod on board my flight?” There is good news for those of you who like to travel with your tripod, monopod or light-stand…

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Packing Your Cameras & Lenses Properly : Do Not Attach Your Camera & Lens

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 16/09/2008 – Packing Your Cameras & Lenses Properly : Do Not Attach Your Camera & Lens For some reason photographers like to pack their lenses attached to their camera bodies. For some even stranger reason photographers seem to pack their longer, heavier, lenses attached to their camera bodies. Why do…

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Clear Baggage Identification – Revisited

Web: www.fishfoto.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 3/07/2008 – Clear Baggage Identification – Revisited While I have covered the topic of clearly identifying checked baggage in the past, both about what information to place on your bag, as well as clearly making your bag identifiable, I still frequently receive questions regarding this topic. As I pulled the…

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