My Travel Photography Gear
Jan27

My Travel Photography Gear

I get a lot of questions about my travel photography gear.  Obviously, it’s a subject I should know pretty well – I’ve travelled nomadically for over 8 years now.  But, I’ve never exactly had the ideal kit. I’ve always kind of dealt with budget constraints and using old gear.  That said, I think my photography kit right now is as dialed in as possible.  So, I thought this was the ideal time to post one of...

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Beyond the beach, getting in touch with Dom Rep’s wild side
Feb15

Beyond the beach, getting in touch with Dom Rep’s wild side

It’s no secret to anyone that the Dominican Republic is mostly famous for its popular beach resorts, sprawling beaches and fine selection of all-inclusive resorts. Yet, that’s not all there is to a holiday in Dom Rep, neither should you stop at beach-basking and forgo the opportunity of immersing in the nation’s wildest side. If you’ve got a thirst for adventure and discovery, the Dominican Republic has plenty to offer, probably more...

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Getting Settled in Spain
Jan26

Getting Settled in Spain

I’ve said it a couple times over the past few blog entries, but the theme of 2017 is home. Or, at least the idea of starting to look at options for a future home.  Spain has always been the obvious location for me to start to put down some roots.  It’s centrally located, I speak the language, I like the lifestyle, and it’s fairly affordable to live in as well. However, logistically, it doesn’t make a lot of...

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Shooting the Stars in Joshua Tree National Park
Dec28

Shooting the Stars in Joshua Tree National Park

I love being based in Phoenix. While there’s not a massive amount of things to do in the city itself, it’s surrounded by really cool locations all within about a 4-5 hour drive.  One of those places is Joshua Tree National Park.  It’s a place I’ve been wanting to go back and shoot under the stars for a while now.  So, while here in Phoenix, I’ve been checking the weather and the moon cycle for the past...

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Zhiyun Crane 3-Axis Gimbal
Dec25

Zhiyun Crane 3-Axis Gimbal

Well, I’ve got a new toy.  For a while I’ve been going back and forth on whether to buy a 3-axis gimbal.  But, I’ve always kind of just fallen back on my GoPro to vlog on.  But, in Cuba when I lost my GoPro, I made the decision that it was time to start putting the effort in to up the quality of the vlog.  And, to do that, I’d just my Sony a6300, but I really wanted the footage to be stable as well as higher...

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A 360 Vlog From the Drakensberg Mountains
Nov01

A 360 Vlog From the Drakensberg Mountains

After shooting some extremely high quality 4k footage in the Drakensberg Mountains yesterday, I went a completely different direction in this episode. Today, I tested out a new gadget that I bought: the LG 360 degree camera. It’s only a $200 camera, so I didn’t really have high expectations for it from a quality standpoint. But, I do have to say it was a lot of fun. Rather than just doing a typical (read: boring) review of...

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