Any photographer going into the backcountry should be prepared to stay longer. These are the ten pieces of essential wilderness survival gear to carry.
Choosing a good tripod for backpacking and travel can be daunting – there are so many factors that go into it. Let’s break them down here.
The portable solar charger and battery that I wanted to love just wasn’t cutting it anymore, so I was forced to find a new solution and the Nomad 7 is it.
My thoughts on the new REI Dash 2 ultralight two-person tent after a summer of putting it through hundreds of miles of abuse in many different conditions.
For those backpackers wishing to shed ounces from their pack, it’s time to ditch the pump-type filters. Here are three lightweight water treatment options.
Choosing the Think Tank Photo Hubba Hubba Hiney camera bag and wearing it as a hip pack during a 200-mile backpacking trip through the Sierra backcountry.
My journey to lightweight backpacking, my discovery of the Gossamer Gear Mariposa, and how it worked for me on the 211-mile John Muir Trail.
Tips and lessons learned from my thru-hike of California’s John Muir Trail, June 15th to July 4th, 2015. Permits, resupply, gear, navigation, and photos.
You should enjoy hiking around Lake Tahoe without worrying about bears. Here’s how to conduct yourself in black bear country.
I recently switched from being a long-time shooter with Canon DSLR cameras, to Sony mirrorless cameras for weight & space savings. Here are my initial thoughts.