What to pack: A small notebook, travel camera, a camera, an electronic shutter, an iPhone and a microSD card.
The basics: A camera, tripod, lens and some paper.
A few simple tips: Make sure you know what you’re looking at, so you don’t end up looking like a tourist.
Also, don’t forget to take the photos before you go.
If you’re using an iPhone, you’ll need to download the iPhone Photo Camera app and get it set up to take photos of your home.
It’s a great way to take pictures of your favourite places, places you’ve never been, places that you’ve just been to and places that are worth a visit.
You might also want to add a few notes and photographs to your holiday photos, or you can always send them to me via email or postcard.
What to expect: The trip itself will be stressful, but if you’ve got a couple of weeks to spare, this could be a wonderful opportunity to get some of your best photos and memories.
If you’ve not got the time to travel all the way to Australia, then I would recommend the trip as a holiday.
It could be the best time to start thinking about your life and where you want to go next, and you’ll be surprised at how much you’ll learn about your own life.
Find out more about holiday photography here.