Photography 101: What’s in My Bag (or Case)?


Expat Journal: Postcards from the Edge

Stephen F. Dennstedt

I am often asked what I shoot with. I’ve answered that question a few times in this blog but for the benefit of my newer followers I will answer it again. And there have been some major changes—during my visit back to San Diego (after a 5½-year absence) I have completely refreshed my photography kit as well as my personal gear.

World Trek Part IIbegins in just a few days with my departure to Iceland. As you may recall World Trek Part I involved my trekking Latin America for 5½-years: Mexico, Cuba, Central America and South America. My house was my rucksack and my office was my photography kit. I am fortunate to travel 365-days a year as a photographer and writer.

Human nature requires that people try to label me or put me in a box. What kind of photographer are you? What kind of…

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