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Pack Light, Shoot Well! Travel and Blogging Camera Strategies

Elaine Masters, author/freelance writer and IFWTWA member shares her valuable knowledge and insights during the #IFWTWA2019 Conference Workshop: Making and Editing Videos: Demystifying Video Storytelling - Shortcuts for Travel Writers. 

Elaine Masters taking pictures with gimble and cell phone in Petra, Jordan

As we all know, the weight of our luggage and travel gear has become a big issue when packing. With baggage fees tacked on, it can be quite expensive.  Elaine Masters is an avid photographer, videographer and travel writer.  She has created a step-by-step guide on her best practices when packing for a trip. What to bring, what is essential and what can just be left at home. We all want to bring the gear, the lenses, lights and memory cards. But what are the “must haves”.  Also, what to carry on vs. pack in the suitcase?  There is a wealth of information and tips on just how to navigate this process. Thanks Elaine for sharing your tips today at our professional development conference. For those who could not attend the 2019 Conference, here are some of Elaine's tips and strategies.

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8 Ways to Save Money on Your Summer Holiday

Rest and relaxation aren’t the only things you get from vacation. If you aren’t careful, you could end up with a lot of debt. A recent survey by Learn Vest of vacation-going Americans found 74% went into debt to bankroll their getaway, spending $1,108 on average for a single trip. Of those surveyed, most spent about 10% of their annual income on one trip, and most of them did not budget for the trip in advance.

Saving money in jar for travel vacation with passport & camera

The good news is that vacations don’t have to be such an enormous expense. There are ways to rein in spending and still have the vacation of your dreams. Check out the following eight ways to do so:

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