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Good travel pho­tog­ra­phers are crea­tures of habit. There are too many vari­ables in the world, and main­tain­ing a solid work­flow is the best way to avoid silly mis­takes. I once woke up, grabbed my bag and headed out for sun­rise. When I went to take a pic­ture, I re­alised I had left the cam­era back in my room! Now, ev­ery night on the road, I copy the day’s pic­tures to my lap­top and back them up. I put bat­ter­ies on to charge, clean cam­eras and lenses, put in a new blank mem­ory card, check all my set­tings and pack my bag for the morn­ing. I al­ways travel with a lap­top as I like to edit im­ages on the road, as it gives me a good idea of how my work is go­ing and helps me to iso­late any tech­ni­cal is­sues and de­cide whether I need to reshoot any­thing. It also lets me file news­wor­thy im­ages with agen­cies.

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