Category Archives: Photo

What Lifecruiser Team has to say about photography and the photos we take.

Changing my main travel cam to Samsung Galaxy S4

When out traveling it’s essential to have a good camera, but also that it’s smooth to carry on at every occasion. That’s why most of us travelers pack two type of cameras with us. The first one a digital SLR and the second more compact, easier to handle and carry for the evenings out. Now I’m changing to the Samsung Galaxy S4 mobile camera. The reason for my switch is… Read More »

5 Tips for a Good Vacation Time

Summer is here, which means it’s time for epic actions and epic memories. We think of summer as a bottomless well, but the reality is there are only so many summer months you will truly get to revel in over the course of your lifetime. So why not make them count? Here are some useful tips towards enjoying yourself and leaving all your worries where they belong, on the street… Read More »

The natural diversity of Dominican holidays

Though you’re never far from a pristine, quintessentially Caribbean beach, the main attraction of going on Dominican holidays is the ability to enjoy its varied geography. Inland deserts contrast fertile valleys, while the coastline is alternately postcard-perfect and dramatically rugged; this is one West Indian nation which must be experienced away from the crowded resorts. Sharing an island with the nation of Haiti, the Dominican Republic has a fascinating past,… Read More »

A Travelers Birthday Goodies

Yesterday it was a special day: a travelers birthday over here. The number one birthday present for this traveler: a Canon G1 X, a small camera that fits well when traveling, but still has a large sensor, a flexible 28-112mm-equivalent, 4x zoom lens and extensive manual controls. The number two birthday present for this Champagne lover was of course the Moet Chandon Grand Vintage 2004 Champagne. Makes memories pop up… Read More »

Inherited Vintage Zeiss Camera

Some times, like in my own case, you can trace your photo interest back in time, inherited from your father. I also inherited some smaller photo items from him, though not all the ones I would have wanted – he had several cameras… This one above is just one of his old cameras, his "compact-camera" small enough to fit in the pocket – probably old times travel camera, don’t you… Read More »

How to keep holiday photos safe – or recover them

If you are a keen travel photographer, you will end up with a lot of photos from all your trips. I would not be honest if I didn’t admit that it is a struggle to keep up with the technique and all available options to keep them safely stored, but I’ll tell you what we have discovered being a working backup solution for us during the years. Main rule: Always,… Read More »