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.
It’s been one year now since I switched from Canon DSLRs to Sony Alpha mirrorless camera systems. Here’s what I think – the good and bad.
Pulling your hair out looking at all the Sony Alpha mirrorless models? This Sony Alpha comparison should provide some insight about which camera to choose.
I think my expectations were a little too high with this combination – but you get what you pay for and I’ve learned my lesson. Read why 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.
You don’t need a GPS-enabled camera to know where your photos were made. You can geotag later in Lightroom, and this will explain how, from a hiker’s view.
2015 was unbelievably my first real attempt at photographing a meteor shower. These are some things I did wrong and some things I got right.
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.
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.
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.