A&P Help on trip

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  1. TheSmogShop

    TheSmogShop OT Supporter

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    So i might be going to Peru in mid august. Do any of you guys have any travel tips, checklists, or suggestions?
     
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    isaac86hatch This thread sucks

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    take a camera
     
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    You'd get much better answers in 'The Great Outdoors' for general info.

    My AP advice is get some water proofing for your camera gear.
     
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    I remember that somebody posted that somebody posted a video on some guy and how he packs his shit. At the end he had a list about some airline tips. Any body know what I'm talking about.
     
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    This one?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6R73OJzKxUs
     
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    thats the ticket thanks
     
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    Chapter 9 of this book Peachpit Press The Digital Photography Book Aug 2006 has some good tips.

    I just got back from a 6 month trip. Best pieces of advice would be to always have your camera ready and don't be afraid to take photos. I've read you should always ask people before taking pictures of them. Most people say yes and even thank you for taking their photo afterwards. Sometimes, though, you get better, more natural pictures by shooting without asking.

    Always having your camera ready can get tiring, though, so make sure you set aside time to just relax and take it all in. After all, it's your vacation.

    Have fun.
     

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