"Notes from the Field" - Digital Photography Podcast 224

St. Gerorge's House, Bermuda

Nothing like a trip to Bermuda to help you get your gear organized and ready for travel. On this recent adventure, I fit all of my camera and computer gear into a Lowepro Fastpack 250 bag. For the most part, I was totally prepared. But I learned a few things along the way. I explain all in this week's podcast.

St. George's House, Bermuda. Photo by Derrick Story with a Canon 5D Mark II and a 24-105mm Canon L zoom. Polarizing filter. Click on image to enlarge.

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1 Comment

Derrick - Great podcast as usual. I own several Lowepro bags and backpacks myself and they are great!! I just got the Vertex 200AW which I will use for my summer trip to Yellowstone with my family.
I get your point of being light when you travel but for a trip like the one I am about to have I kind of feel to bring all a have with me...just in case. It probably sounds stupid but I leave in Boston and who know if I will have another opportunity to go to Yellowstone.
Any chance to have you up here for a workshop?
Also thank you for mention my name on the podcast, it was awesome, but I have to correct you. I am a "he" and not a "she". Simone would be the equivalent of Simon in Italian (Italy is from were I am from), but hey nobody has ever pronounced my last name as well as you did at the first try!!! About the name I guess the closest pronunciation is the one in google translate: http://translate.google.com/?hl=en&tab=wT#it|it|simone
Look forward to print one my photos with the Sizzle award. BTW how do I do that?
Thanks again,