You wouldn't leave your lens uncovered, so why leave your kit (or yourself) uncovered?

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(Image credit: Ripe Insurance)

Being a professional photographer or videographer means you have to minimize mistakes. If you’re a wedding shooter, you can’t afford to miss “the ring shot” or the first dance. If you’re an event photographer, you can’t afford to be late and miss the show. And no matter what kind of shooter you are, you can’t afford not to have the right insurance.

With DSLRs, mirrorless cameras and cinema kit being so expensive, and the industry being so competitive, some photographers might feel that insurance is something they can scrimp on – or even avoid altogether. 

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