Travel Photography Australia – what’s in the bag
Travel Photography Australia – What’s in the bag?
Koala’s, kangaroos, whales and amazing (underwater!) scenery. So i bring a lot. Not all. But a lot.
And yes. That is a lot of lugging around. But it’s going to be worth it! I can’t wait to show you the photo’s on my social media and of course here on this website.
So, for all of you who are curious what i bring on this 5-week-awesome trip trough Queensland from Brisbane to Cairns:
So, what’s all this? I’ll tell you what it is and why I take it.
– Nikon D750
– Nikon D3
I take these two camera’s both. Why? Because the D750 is something like 1 kilogram lighter dan the D3 and the D4. That makes a hell of a difference while I am hiking. The D3 is also traveling a long. That is because that is the camera that fits into the SPL waterhousing.
– Nikon 14-24 mm f2.8. Great for landscape photo’s
– Nikon 24-70 mm f2.8. A versatile lens for all kinds of stuff. But especially because this lens fits together with de D3 in the SPL waterhousing
– Nikon 70-200 mm f2.8. A nice zoom for all kinds of stuff. Maybe animals and people who don’t want me to get too close.
– Sigma macro 150 mm f2.8. For the creepy crawlers. I think there are a lot of them over there.
– Nikon 600 mm f4. For the animals I really can’t get close to.
– SPL waterhousing. How could I not bring this beauty with me?! I love this piece of equipment. It gets me to take my fullframe DSLR underwater so I can get high resolution images.
– Gopro. Ofcourse for under watershots and video. But also very nice to use above water. No need to worrie about size and weight. Sturdy and small, the ideal combination.And the rest:
– Tripod. To use when it is dark. To use for the 600 mm, because there is really no way I can hand-hold that thing. And also comes in handy for drying laundry.
– Tripodhead Wimberley. For the 600 mm lens.
– Batteries and cardsholder.
– Battery chargers.
– Cleaning kit. Because five weeks water and sand makes everything dirty.
– Selfiestick for Gopro. With hook to attach to divegear so I don’t loose it.
– Extra set lenscaps. Because I always seem to loose one set.
– Shoulderstrap. For easy carrying.
– Cardreader. Or else I could not show anything!
Now I can hear you think: how is she going to cramp al that in her carry-on-luggage?
The answer is I can not. Even if we devide all stuff in two carry on bags, we cannot pack it all.
The solution is Pelicase. I try to pack as much body/lenses as carry-on and the rest goes in the peli, surrounded by socks, underwear and other soft stuff. The selfiestick and tripod go in my packpack, surrounded by our wetsuits.
And off we go!
Travelling and taking pictures.
Jester Nynke06.07.2015 at 19:43
Have a wonderful trip Downunder.. Enjoy, we will enjoy your pictures.