Thinning out your gear makes travel photography a whole lot easier
By Bob Krist
Published May 5, 2009
Updated June 30, 2016
Despite what we read in the headlines, downsizing isn’t always a bad thing. In fact, in terms of travel photography, it may be something to which you should aspire. Airlines are getting stricter with baggage weight limits and per-piece charges. Many adventure-travel destinations require travel on small airplanes, trains, dugout canoes and bicycles, all with stringent luggage allowances.
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