Why I still use analog maps.

Whenever I go somewhere new, one of the first things I get is a printed map. I know that I could do anything I can do with that, and even more, on a digital map, but I somehow like the touch and feel of old school printed maps.

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How to clean your camera.

If you’re like me, taking your camera with you anywhere you go, it’s bound to get dirty from time to time. And of course, you want a clean camera, or at least a clean lens and sensor, so that the dirt doesn’t get in the way of the picture.

So here’s how I do it:

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I definitely need to get a microphone. 

A few days ago, I had decided to do some video for my new YouTube channel. I ended up uploading some old footage from 2014, because the audio coming out of my camera just wasn’t good. 
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How to travel like a champion. 

In response to a daily writing prompt themed ‘Champion‘.

I’m not talking sports champions. I’m not one. I wouldn’t know what to write.

But I do consider me a travel champion when it comes to saving money. And saving money is key.
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Why I have two tripods. 

From time to time one needs a tripod. A sturdy one.

I have two. Both made by Manfrotto, but that’s not important. They’re both sturdy and pack neatly.
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Why should you travel as a university student. 

I love traveling. And doing so as a university student brings some perks with it. So here is why you should travel why you still go to university.
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Tips for street photography.

heirI love it to photograph life as it happens. Street photography is a great asset to history, and it has been since the advent of small factor cameras. It helps capture life as it happens. It’s pure, but not unbiased, depending on the photographer. But of course, there are some things to take into consideration.

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