I specialize in capturing classic weddings, fun family photo sessions, celebratory B'nai Mitzvah, and influential events for political candidates and companies.
Born in Peru, and now based in Washington, D.C., I love traveling and dining at every oyster bar along the way. I can’t wait to team up with you and capture your personal piece of history.
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There are a few items I always travel with that make my life easier. There are variations of the items below and have linked to some of my preferred ones:
1) Foldable bag – I really like traveling with the Long Champ Le Pliage Tote Bag (Large) because I can fold and store it in my backpack in transit, and unfold it when I get to my destination. Foldable bags provide a stylish option (if backpacks aren’t your thing for going out at your destination, haha!) and save space.
2) Tech pouch – My UT Wire Travel Pouch has truly become a necessity. It is sleek and holds quite a lot of cords neatly. I find it most helpful when I need a charging cord, portable charger, and headphones all at once because it’s all in one place. Plus, I can easily transfer it from my backpack to my foldable bag.
3) Comfortable items – I carry ear plugs, an eye mask, and a neck pillow. I find planes to be loud, so ear plugs are a life saver, especially if you’re behind the wings. For flights where I want to sleep through, the eye mask and neck pillow come in quite handy.
4) Water bottle – Most airports have the Elkay water bottle fill stations so filling up your reusable bottle is a no brainer. Having water with you is more convenient than waiting for drink service. It also allows you to place it in your bag without worrying about the next time you’ll be able to get a sip.
Do you have any travel items you always carry?
If you want to know more travel tips, see my tips on delays and cancellations and getting through the airport easily. Thanks for stopping by!
For more travel tips, check out these posts:
Ana’s Travel Tips: Delays and cancellations
Ana’s Travel Tips: Getting through the airport
Ana’s Travel Tips: Preparing to travel to a new city
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Ana Isabel is a portrait and event photographer in Washington, D.C. and San Antonio, TX.