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  • Keith,

    Thanks for your suggestion about Wadi Musa. I am still figuring out the logistics.

  • Anil: I think you should stay overnight at Wadi Musa (I don't think you can stay in Petra itself) anyway ... it was a city, not just a building, and will take a considerable time to explore fully. Not sure if there's a sound and light show *every* night; it would be wise to check before you go.

  • Does any one have a first hand experience of photographing Petra, Jordan at night ? Is it worth it for a non professional photographer to spend big buck and stay overnight for just the experience ? Any suggestion where to  stay overnight to get an opportunity to see Petra and then photograph on top ?

    I do not have experience with  night photography, all suggestions are welcome.

  • I did. Thanks Ed.

  • Good luck, Inka! Post this on Media Only, too; let's get you some votes!

  • Just entered the Frommer Cover Photo Competition and would very much appreciate votes.

  • Have a new blog which I hope some of you will check out.  I include some of my photos every week too!  http://maureenblevins.blogspot.com/

  • I know I'm rough on my camera, you should see my luggage!  I wore out an Osprey bag and they replaced it! 

    I'll try not to "bash" around my camera. LOL.  I'll be traveling with a group of photographers, so I'll pay attention and follow their lead.  Might learn something!  I'll check out the 18-200 zoom.  Thanks again.

  • Not necessarily. But having said that, any wide angle to telephoto zoom lens worth hauling around is going to be heavier than the average kit lens. My "go to" for many assignments is the 18-200 Nikkor zoom. It's a pretty good all-around piece of glass, but like with any lens, you need to take care not to bash it around!

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