"Fear for Your Gear While Running Through the Airport."
These two free article feature advice from photographers who travel tens and hundreds of thousands of miles each year and who have learned how to get themselves and their equipment onto planes with a minimum of hassle and risk.
“Fear For Your Gear—Part I”
This article offers you step by step advice throughout the process of getting your most valuable gear onto the plane with you, from the evening before when you pack and weigh it through check-in, boarding, and storing your gear in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you.
“Fear for Your Gear—Part II” INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
This article focuses on how heightened security measures, especially when traveling internationally, poses special challenges for photographers. Filled with advice from leading photographers, it provides insights into travel restrictions in different parts of the world and on different kinds of aircraft.
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