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Space Saving Packing Tip : Choosing A Battery Charger

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 24/02/2009 – Space Saving Packing Tip : Choosing A Battery Charger All “AA” battery chargers are created equal, right?  Well no, not really. Some chargers are slow, some are fast, most charging units are about the same size…however some are considerably easier to pack due to the size of their…

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Space Saving Packing Tip : Extra Electrical Outlets On The Road

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 23/02/2009 – Space Saving Packing Tip : Extra Electrical Outlets On The Road A simple fact that all traveling photographers face (and most business travellers as well) is the need to access multiple electrical outlets. Life was simpler when I first started to travel with my camera equipment and I…

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Follow Up : Flying With Fish’s Workshop @ Adorama

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/01/2009 – Follow Up : Flying With Fish’s Workshop @ Adorama Last night I had the pleasure of teaching the “Travel Logistics for Photographers 101” workshop as part of Workshops@Adorama in New York City. The weather turned out to be a bit better than expected, and for my first workshop…

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Stopped From Bringing Carry-On Baggage Through Security : Who Are These Guards Telling You Your Carry-On Bag Is Not Allowed?

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 5/1/2009 – Stopped From Bringing Carry-On Baggage Through Security : Who Are These Guards Telling You Your Carry-On Bag Is Not Allowed? Increasingly flying photogs are encountering inconsistent carry on baggage regulations. These inconsistencies are confusing, frustrating and do further harm to the perception that the airlines just don’t value…

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2008’s Year In Review Of Flying With Fish

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 31/12/2008 – 2008’s Year In Review Of Flying With Fish Another year has passed, and for Flying With Fish this marks the end of the second full year of Flying With Fish.   This year has seen Flying With Fish grow farther than I could have imagined! At the end of…

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Limited Seats Available For January Single Day In-the-Field Travel Photography Boot Camps! Boot Camps Depart JFK & LAX

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 29/12/2008 – Limited Seats Available For January Single Day In-the-Field Travel Photography Boot Camps!  Boot Camps Depart JFK & LAX Traveling as a photographer is becoming more complicated with changes in security and airline regulations and profit margins shrinking for professional photographers. For photography enthusiasts traveling should be stress free…

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Flying With Fish’s Workshop@Adorama : January 29th In Manhattan, You Know You Want To Attend!

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 17/12/2008 – Flying With Fish’s Workshop@Adorama : January 29th In Manhattan, You Know You Want To Attend! On the 29th of January from 6:30pm to 9:00pm I will be hosting my first workshop in conjunction with Adorama’s highly respected photography Workshop Series.   The workshop, titled Travel Logistics for Photographers 101,…

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Fish Discusses Cabin Baggage Restrictions & Ways Around The Restrictions On National Photo Talk Radio Show

Web: www.comeflywithfish.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 16/12/2008 – Fish Discusses Cabin Baggage Restrictions & Ways Around The Restrictions On National Photo Talk Radio Show This past Saturday I had the pleasure of once again appearing as the featured guest on Inside Digital Photo Radio, with host Scott Sheppard. The primary topic Scott and I discussed was…

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Travelling Photographer = Security Threat?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 29/11/2008 – Travelling Photographer = Security Threat? Over the past few years’ global security levels have reached an all-time high.  Spurred by terrorist attacks on a global level, new security actions have made being a photographer out on the streets challenging.  These challenges are faced not only by professional photographers,…

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