Next week I’m heading out to the International Climbers Festival in Lander, Wyoming. In preparation for that I thought I’d put together a gear load out and some high level goals I’m looking forward to. The Kit I stumbled upon a site called Kit some time ago, and kinda re-stumbled upon it again recently. If you’re interested in seeing most of what I’ll be taking gear wise you can find my load out here.
You’ll agree with me when I say: It is hard to take rock climbing photographs that are interesting. You can improve your odds of landing awesome climbing photos by following 10 simple tips. And in today’s post, I’m going to share those tips so you can land one of a kind shots. And in today’s post, I’m going to share those tips so you can land one of a kind shots.
I’m excited to welcome a new Sony A7ii camera to my toolbox. This camera has me rethinking everything I know about photography. Here are the 10 reasons I’m considering the move to mirrorless. Lighter, Faster, Stronger Cramming equipment into small bags is a required skill for me. Yes, weight is a concern, but it is about being fast and nimble. This is so much easier when you have small, lightweight equipment.