For most travellers, bringing a good camera to document your travels is an important aspect when it comes to packing. But what most people don't realize is how important memory cards are to documenting your travel experiences (especially if you plan on shooting video). Mike Corey from Kick the Grind TV shares his tips with us on how speed plays a factor, and what to look for when you purchase your next memory card:
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There are so many photography apps to choose from today and sometimes narrowing it down to a few of the best can be tricky. Our Social Media Manager Alicia Taggio put together a list of her top 5 favourite photography apps you can easily use on the fly when you are travelling.
There are two things that often cause damage to your camera when you travel: Sand and water! Whether you're hanging out by the pool, soaking up rays by the beach, or participating in water sports, protection is always the most important thing when it comes to your camera gear. Mike Corey from Kick the Grind TV shares his tips on how to avoid damaging your camera when you travel so you can capture your travel memories without a worry.
Last year, Lily Leung quit her job and came to one of our Flight Centre stores in Toronto to plan and book a one year trip around the world. During her amazing whirlwind year, she started her own website called Explore for a Year documenting her experiences and sharing her travel tips. After recently returning from the last leg of her trip, we sat down with Lily to catch up on her experience and what lessons she learned along the way:
Known as one half of Canada's Adventure Couple (The Planet D), Dave Bouskill is a freelance travel photographer and avid traveller who has explored everything from Central and South America, to Europe, Asia, Africa, Canada...and well, the list goes on! When he's not travelling, Dave is also a Rigging Gaffer in the film and television industry in Toronto. He has taken his knowledge of lighting movies to create texture, mood and contrast in his still photography which you can't help but fall in love with. I caught up with Dave in Toronto between his travels to pick his brain on photography and what inspires him most: