Imagine getting up tomorrow morning, excited for the day you're about to spend outside. You grab a big breakfast, your hiking boots, and a packed backpack.
You've decided to take a leap and backpack Europe. Excited, frantic, and eager, it may be hard knowing where to start planning the upcoming journey.
Photo: Dan Loch It's Saturday morning and the sun’s popping up with clear skies. Or there’s fresh snow in the mountains. Or the river’s running at just the right level. 1.
1. Shoot on Overcast Days Light is everything in photography, and the best time to photograph waterfalls is on overcast days.
For those of you who have exhausted your freeze dried meal options and peanut butter sandwich supply, this one's for you.
Intervalometer/Remote ShutterWith a tripod and intervalometer/remote shutter a whole new world of photo possibilities open up.
Every morning I would wake to the sunrise over the nearby rocks, stumble from my tent with my mask and snorkel in hand, and fall into the crystal clear waters.
You're going to Iceland! Yeah! Congrats it's the most beautiful place in the world and I've been craving to get back ever since I flew out of Keflavík a few months ago.
National Parks hold some of the most beautiful landscapes in the United States.
The National Parks Service has been witness to a lot of rule-breaking issues over the past year. From tourists trampling off trail to taking off with wildlife, rules are still a problem for many.
I have really only been seriously into photography for about a year now. I purchased my first full frame camera shortly after I started photography last March, and have been all about it since then.
Equipment I’m going to lead with the best piece of advice I can give. Start small. Even if you just got a brand new Phantom, leave it in the box and pick up a small cheap drone to practice with.
1. Waterproof EverythingWhat is even more important than warm clothes when going to Iceland, is staying dry. Layer up underneath a very waterproof jacket as well as waterproof pants.
Ski season is here, are you ready to enjoy your world and Leave No Trace in the snow? Here are a few tips and tricks to remember the Leave No Trace Seven Principles while having fun on the mountain.
You probably know that Leave No Trace is based on 7 Principles. Can you name them all? In the right order? Here's a little trick we use to help us memorize all seven principles in the right order.
An exuberant, Jewish woman from Israel taught me Hebrew on the trail to the Giant Sequoias in Tuolomne Grove.
Iceland is an island of epic landscapes, where volcanic upheaval meets the cold North Atlantic and Arctic seas.
Dang. I guess I’m a hoarder? Well, kind of, anyways. I have a lot of ‘stuff,’ though, I try to limit myself to only possessions that I ‘need.
I take photos and videos for a living and it’s something I thoroughly enjoy. But 2017 came along and all January I was stuck in bed with a cold and in February I crashed my Phantom.
1. Cheap is rarely good.As with anything in life, the cheapest item is rarely sufficient. The same goes for the outdoors.
Everyone loves home made stuffed bell peppers, so what's better then enjoying this delicious meal while we are camping in our favorite location.
Every year there is a phenomena that occurs in Yosemite National Park when the elements work together just right.
Trudging through rain, sleeping at high altitudes, losing feeling in your extremities, and developing beautiful calves.If I could sum up backcountry photography in a sentence, that would be it.
With the summer hiring season coming up soon, many people will be heading out to find seasonal employment destinations. Well, look no further: mountain dreams can come true in Banff National Park.