101 Tips for Nature Photographers: #1 Purchase Travel Insurance
There are a gazillion tips and tricks to help make every photographer a better photographer - or in the least keep them and their equipment safe and injury free. Nature photographers in particular face situations not seen in a studio setting - charging moose, unexpected rain, mud. I wouldn't give up any of those situations in a million years to work in a studio but I have learned tips and tricks over the years to make my experiences in nature and the photos I produce the best they can be even when I am slogging through wet willows and deep mud.
I will make a daily post (barring any difficulty in an Internet connection during future travel) sharing those tips and tricks with you.
Tip #1: purchase travel insurance
Nature photography can be in our own backyards or across the planet. Treks to exotic, distant or remote places can be expensive. A few hundred dollars for traveler's insurance can save a lot of heartache if something falls through on a trip that may have cost thousands of dollars and a lot of time to save the funds.
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