So what’s the best entry-level camera for your budding young street photographer? Here are five important considerations and camera options.
I want your kid for one week this summer. I’ll return them a bit different than I found them. A little more confident. More independent. With a layered and nuanced understanding of the world. We have five spots left for our two Oaxaca camps this summer. Check out what your kid could have in store…
Tweens are some of the most amazing and frustrating creatures on the planet. Being your best self with them while traveling – and probably all the time – takes flexibility, clarity of purpose, and a lot of deep breathing. This is the first in a series of posts on successful travel with tweens. Success to me means minimizing the conflict and maximizing the fantastic. I’m going to start with one of the most painful lessons we’ve learned: technology.
What not to pack? Your job! Working through your vacation is a surefire way to ruin the experience and return even more exhausted than you left. Whether you are answering emails and phone calls or worrying about whether everything is ok, the restorative power of your hard-earned vacation time is lost. Here are six ways to be here now.
I sometimes get asked – What camera did you use to get your pictures in Cuba? Or, what’s the best travel camera? Here I share the camera, lenses, and gear that I use when we’ve traveled most recently to Nepal and Cuba. You might just be curious about what technology I’ve used to capture my images. Or if you are looking for your own equipment, just take my insight as one point of view.