On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, Camp Photography 101, we are talking about upping your photography game. We have gone from a point and click family to one that carts around lenses and tripods.
In the News Roundup segment, we recommend taking a listen to Girl Camper’s podcast episode on tow vehicles. She interviewed Mark Polk, and focused on learning about 4 wheel drive and the situations when you might want to change gears when towing. We also talked about the latest Campground of the Week reviews, spanning from California to Michigan to New Jersey.
Jeremy shares his top 5 gear items that are now must haves for our travel photography. You can find them all in our Amazon shop, or follow the links below. We started out with a Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II Auto Focus-S DX NIKKOR Zoom Lens (Black) and now use a Nikon D7100 24.1 MP DX-Format CMOS Digital SLR.
- Underwater Camera:
- Upgraded lenses:
- Camera Strap:
- Camera Backpack:
Improve Photography Gear Reviews
Plus, we invited the amazing Monica Bennett, from justfivemoreminutes.com, onto the show to talk about her beloved Pacific Northwest and share her best photography tips. Monica is Go RVing blogger who stands out with her stunning Airstream and food photography. What’s her secret? Luckily, she was willing to spill the beans. Monica talks about:
- Golden (or Magic Hour) and recommends using an app.
- Changing up your perspective
- Taking risks
- Not letting rain hold you back
- Capturing every moment along the way
You might think that an iPhone and a selfie stick are all you need for fabulous photos while on the road. But we know that some new equipment and a bit of technique have taken our game to the next level. You are listening to Episode #76: Camp Photography 101!