How-To Travel Packing Guide for Photographers

Image courtesy of Brad Toms

Join us for this multi-part, pre-recorded series as your host, Troy Miller chats with travel photographers, Peter Levshin and Brad Toms, about packing for travel to optimize their shooting time and what gear they find essential.

They will discuss all of the gear they take from Drones and GoPros to tripods and Sony’s A1 flagship camera, and share with us which essentials work or fail for travel adventures.

This video series will be released on the IEPPV YouTube channel and will be announced via our email newsletter. 



Troy Miller

Troy Miller as a creative has chosen wedding photography as his full-time profession for over 25 years. Having earned his Masters of Photography from PPA, he’s received numerous awards throughout his career. Troy is also the creator of f64 Live, an annual photography event providing educations and experience for photographers of all levels.

Troy is also a regular feature on the This Week In Photo (TWiP) community and does a regular image critique with Frederick Van Johnson, the owner of TWiP. When he’s not photographing brides or creating art, he can be found in his shop creating art with other mediums such as welding, fabricating, ceramics, or just lighting things on fire.


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Peter Levshin

Peter Levshin was born in Sydney, Australia and has lived in Los Angeles since 1988 with his wife, Linda, four children and six grandchildren. Peter came from a creative family — His father was a painter and his mother designed ceramics, pottery, as well as tapestries.

Peter’s photographs are simple, ethereal, mystical and always have a dramatic atmosphere. He captures bold colors that make a statement, yet the simple subjects create a sense of drama. Peter wants the viewer to feel a connection with his artwork.



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Brad Toms

Brad Toms is a landscape and travel photographer based in Yucaipa California, where he lives with his wife and two daughters. Brad started his photography passion in 2015. In 2019 he retired from a career in Law Enforcement. Brad has always loved to travel and do anything that gets him outdoors.

Brad originally found photography was a great stress release from the pressures and stress of being in Law Enforcement. Now being retired he plans his adventures with photography in mind. His hope is to create images that have impact, creativity and share the experience and beauty he saw while taking the photograph.



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