Sunday, November 15, 2015

Check list of items for photograher in the Balkans Tour in Winter & some images of street photography






Check list for an amateur photographer visiting the Balkans in Winter



Nov 15, 2015
Just came back from the Balkans Adventure Tour


I record a list of things to carry, as an amateur photographer and videographer


 

Notebook computer, battery charger, Multi USB Port Hub
Wirelss mouse, battery, USB receiver
Hard disk (2TB) x2, wires   
Notebook bag with wheels

Camera (I use Canon EOS 70D) x2 (one is backup if possible)
Lens x2   (18-135mm, 55-250mm)
Battery x3, SanDisk No. 10 x3
Battery charger x2
Camera bag

Mobile phone, power bank



Camera with video capabilities
Lens x2   (18-135mm, 55-250mm)
Battery x3, SanDisk No. 10 x3
Battery charger x2
Camera bag

Mobile phone, power bank



Camera with video capabilities (Canon EOS 70D) x2 (one is backup)
Lens x2   (18-135mm, 55-250mm)
Battery x3, SanDisk No. 10 x3
Battery charger x2
Camera bag

Mobile phone, power bank




Grand Hotel Park impressed with a large dining hall and the painting on the wall.



A home cat (with collar) presented himself. I waited for him to look in the same direction as the statue. Fortunately he did.


SOME GOOD IMAGES AT POSTOJNSKA CAVES

At the souvenir shop, the young lady was browsing and the bright sunlight shone on her.
Suddenly, the young lady tourist, dressed in bright colours, looked in the photographer's direction as the camera clicked.



Mr Raynard Tan of EU Travels. Needs to photoshop the others below the image



Good sunlight and good-looking travellers make great pictures



A Japanese or Korean tour leader carries multiple head sets for the tour group

Looks like a gigantic ice cream



Another great image


Bright sunlight from the windows of this restaurant serving great pork belly meat and chicken.


Notes:
1. Malfunctioning power points in some hotels, no cups
2. Download images and videos daily to hard disks
3. DSLR cameras and batteries do break down, hence carry a spare
4. Phone and camera batteries drain fast during winter exposure

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