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Emergency preparedness for cruise ship passengers

The Carnival Triumph passengers are home from their ordeal, but many unanswered question are still left. It's possible to learn from the passengers' experience to become better prepared to handle cruise emergencies. Ned Levi discusses concrete suggestions for cruise ship passengers to help them get through a cruise ship emergency at sea.
By |February 18th, 2013|Columns|7 Comments|

6 tips for severe winter weather travel photography

Winter weather photography is extremely challenging. Snow, freezing rain, other precipitation and extremely low temperatures can cause camera and lens operational problems for photographers and permanently damage camera's and lens' mechanical and electronic parts. Ned Levi discusses the problems of making photographs in winter weather and how to overcome them.
By |December 24th, 2012|Columns|3 Comments|

15 travel emergency kit basics

Superstorm Sandy stranded countless travelers in the northeastern area of the US, which points to the need for all travelers to have an emergency kit. Ned Levi has information for you to create an emergency kit for travelers with his list of his top 15 traveler emergency kit basics.
By |November 5th, 2012|Columns|6 Comments|

It’s July 4th, and that means photographing fireworks

With the Independence Day this week in the US, many locations throughout the nation will have spectacular fireworks shows, a staple of the day. Ned Levi has updated his list of tips to help you capture the fireworks show wherever you're visiting.
By |July 2nd, 2012|Columns|1 Comment|

Extreme winter-weather photography

While extreme winter weather photography is challenging, the photographic opportunities during such weather are amazing and often beautiful. Ned Levi discusses how you can meet those challenges in order to capture amazing winter photographs.
By |December 27th, 2010|Columns|4 Comments|

Traveling with a camera? Don’t forget your pre-shoot checklist

During each day, you will probably change your camera's settings. Ned has a series of tips to help you develop your pre-shoot checklist to reset your camera to settings you want and expect, so you don't ruin any of the day's photos or miss great photo opportunities.
By |November 2nd, 2009|Columns|9 Comments|