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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

Soloing Above The Water

We headed out to F.E. Walter Dam yesterday to get on the wall for some deep water soloing. We all know that every year their comes a time when the water level gets too low from dam releases to safely climb, and unfortunately we decided that after this coming weekend, the level will be down

By |September 4th, 2015|Photography|0 Comments

Bluebird Day At Crater Lake

It was late August and I had just finished a climb of Mount Rainier a few days earlier. I had left Portland recharged after the exhausting climb. I was ready for some more exploring. When I talked with a friend about my road trip a month prior, they had mentioned Crater Lake and suggested I

By |December 12th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Trolltunga Warrior

I need a travel fix soon. I need to see big mountains and create more photos. I want to go to the desert again, but this time in the winter. Ahh, my restless mind. Trolltunga Warrior For one reason or another, Trolltunga, or the Troll's Tongue ended up on my list of places I needed

By |October 14th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

House Fit For a Hobbit – Iceland

Iceland is one of those "Oh Man, Beautiful" places for me, but if you read this blog at all, you probably are aware of that since I post so frequently on the topic. There really is no other place like it. Volcanic activity is the norm. Vivid green land and blue skies (sometimes), the northern

By |October 7th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Sunset Over Mesa Verde

While wandering around the Southwest last year, Mesa Verde National Park jumped on my radar. I had just finished up a few days in Moab and was looking for a new place to camp and explore. Looking through my maps, I realized that I was only about two hours from Mesa Verde, and seeing as

By |October 2nd, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

The Ghost of Toronto

Order a print here It was chilly November night when Emalee and I got on that ferry at the Toronto docks bound for Ward's Island, but we had a mission, and that was to get a view of this beautiful skyline. The ferry ride across Toronto's Inner Harbour was short but frigid. Even inside the closed

By |October 1st, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Sunset Over Indian River Bay

Adventure and beautiful views don't have to be restricted to traveling to far off lands. This shot was taken near Indian River beach in Delaware Seashore State Park. I had just finished photographing a group of teenagers skim boarding in the surf and was walking back to my tent when I caught this view of

By |September 25th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Forest Freeway

Sometimes, grabbing a photo you love can be done right near home, and with less than ideal light. That was the case this weekend when we decided to take an impromptu hike at Ricketts Glen State Park here in Northeastern, Pennsylvania. The light was harsh and bright, as one might expect on a July afternoon,

By |July 8th, 2014|Hiking, Photography|0 Comments