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The Awesome Travel Camera Buyer’s Guide

The Adventure Travel Camera Buyer's Guide was Updated December 2017 Anyone who travels knows how important it is to capture memories from your trips. Not only for yourself, but to share with family, friends, or anyone who might not have the same opportunity. Capturing memories can be anything from images to written words in a note

By |March 21st, 2016|Photography|0 Comments

10 Tips for Better Adventure Travel Photography

Being able to share photos from your adventure travel is part of the fun in my opinion, It's one thing to tell your friends about your trip, but being able to show them takes it to a whole new level. That being said, when creating photos while traveling or adventuring in unforgiving environments it is

By |March 16th, 2016|Photography|1 Comment

Lowepro Flipside Sport 15L All Weather

This is a pack I have been carrying my camera in for well over a year. It is compact, it is light, and it keeps my photo essentials close by. While it is not designed to carry anything other than camera gear and some water, it is a great pack if you are doing some

By |February 25th, 2014|Gear|0 Comments

Capture Pro: A Better Way To Carry Your Camera

Every once in a while I stumble upon a product that really changes or improves how I do something. I firmly believe that the Peak Design Capture Pro is one of those products. Photos Courtesy of Peak Design While I was hiking the North Kaibab trail into the Grand Canyon in September I

By |January 7th, 2014|Featured, Gear|0 Comments

Air Travel with Climbing Gear

There is no doubt that air travel can be a hassle, but combine the equipment needed for traditional rock climbing, and you may be ready to pull your hair out. That is why I put this video together to outline exactly what I travel with when I fly to a climbing destination. http://youtu.be/nf2Dwnx_D6Y The run

By |November 2nd, 2012|Travel School|0 Comments

GoPro Hero3: The Sports Camera You Dream About

This one caught me as a bit of a surprise. GoPro, the leader in cameras for extreme sports just announced the third incarnation of their wildly popular HERO camera, simply called the HERO3. The specs for this thing is off the chart. Boasting features like built in wifi, an f/2.8 6-element lens, better low light

By |October 17th, 2012|Featured, Gear|0 Comments

Tremble In Fear

One of the first stops on my cross country trek to Oregon was Columbus, Ohio. While strolling down the streets of Columbus, On my way to photograph the state capitol building, I noticed the statue of William Mckinley in front of the building. I crouched down to notice this menacing perspective of the statue under

By |June 2nd, 2012|Travel|0 Comments

The Path To Heaven

Gateway Arch stands as a testament to our achievements as a nation and our restless desire to explore. Gateway Arch is special to me because it symbolizes westward expansion, and the desire to do so. Expanding my horizons to the West is something that is deeply seeded within, and I continue to venture into the

By |May 22nd, 2012|Photography|1 Comment

Remaining Light

The countdown to road trip 2012 begins. In less that 6 weeks I will be bound for the west with my friend Bill and his brother. Our first destination being Smith Rocks in Oregon, followed by the climb of two notable peaks, Mount Hood in Oregon and Mount Shasta in California. Expect for full reports

By |April 24th, 2012|Adventure, Climbing, Hiking, Pennsylvania, Photography|0 Comments

A Boat And A Boulder

Daily Photo - A Boat And A Boulder It was an exceptionally nice November day in Pennsylvania, so we knew we had to take an extra long lunch and climb on some local boulders. Here, John is doing some traversing while a Kayaker down in the reservoir is watching. 2011 Patrick Gensel - Creative Commons

By |April 17th, 2012|Climbing, Pennsylvania|2 Comments