Vacationers sometimes miss great photo opportunities, are challenged when photographing their children, have problems photographing in churches and museums due to poor lighting, and trouble photographing museum collections protected by glass due to reflection. Ned Levi has 4 techniques for solving these problems of travel photography.
The Louvre Museum was shutdown by a walkout of employees protesting the aggressive gangs of pickpockets targeting both visitors and staff. Ned Levi discusses pickpocketing in Paris generally, and how to avoid being a pickpocketing victim.
The view out the window, TWA museum opens in Kansas City, America’s wackiest summer events
Ned Levi examines why travelers should consider the purchase of a headset for their cellphone, including to mitigate health risks, problems of using cellphones while driving, and to permit the use of cellphones for entertainment and touring when the use of cellphones could unfairly disturb others.
Ned Levi relates a couple of tales of boorish adult behavior in museums, and suggests those who exhibit churlish behavior in museums modify that behavior before their next museum visit.