Travel Cam

P1000029I like to travel through pictures, witch means that I often want to go to destinations that I have seen great pictures of. And of course photographing is one my favorite things to do when traveling – obviously!

But my DSLR isn’t always the best travel companion, because it’s so heavy to carry. In Tallinn I missed a lot of photo opportunities, just because I was too tired to grab the camera from my back bag… Not to mention how I have to worry that it might be stolen! Still, I don’t want to compromise with the quality of my travel photos, some crappy cell phone shots will not do! As I have some wedding gigs approaching too, I also started thinking what’s my back up, if there’s any trouble with my equipment…

After I saw a good deal in a photography shop, the solution to both of these problem was clear = mini-SLR!  I’m love. ❤

So on Sunday, my new Lumix DMC-GM1  with a 12-32mm lens will fly with me to Croatia instead of my Canon 7D Mark II. All the pictures in this post are taken with the new camera. So I’m sure, it will do just fine in Croatia too. 🙂

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One thought on “Travel Cam

  1. Very good. I started to shoot photos with Lumix, because it gained reputation in tests. Later I bought a second Lumix and then Nikon D300 and now I have Nikon D750. It is the best camera I have ever had. In my blog, there are photos, which I took with all these cameras depending how old they are. My newest post I took with Nikon D750.

    Always it is important to remember that best photos can be taken when being at the right place at right time.

    Happy photographing and blogging.

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