So you've seen your friends and all those pro skiers on social media getting out and doing a thing called backcountry skiing.
We are in the thick of the winter lull; some trailheads are closed and well beaten paths are covered in snow.
Everyone has that little voice in their head that starts right after your alarm rudely wakes you in the morning.
1. To create a panoramic image: first, you need a tripod and some type of head that will allow you to rotate the camera. Most tripods have a bubble level; make sure your tripod is level. 2.
Point and shoot cameras have gotten a bad rap these days. With the rise of cheap(er) mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, point and shoot cameras have been on the decline.
When I moved to Utah, I was borderline scared of the snow. As soon as it started to snow I went straight inside. I couldn't handle wet socks, that just made me cranky, so snow was a no-go.
Most of us loyal Outbound followers have surely experienced the reliefs and woes associated with answering Nature's inevitable call while out hiking or backpacking.
Getting Started It has become pretty much standard for me to search for my hiking and photography destinations by wandering aimlessly through my favorite free topographic maps website, looking fo.
Artists are a complex species, operating on a variety of wavelengths which, oftentimes, emanate from polar extremes.
When I went to Yosemite, I didn't really have a plan of where I was going to go or what I was going to see but I did know one of my locations was going to be Glacier Point.
You’ve spent the last few weeks stuffing yourself full, splurging on gifts, and drinking every night “in the holiday spirit.” And just like that – it’s all over, and 2017 came out of nowhere.
I put a lot of stock in the new year. When I was in school I would have New Year's resolutions both in January and September.
When I was a week old, my parents took me on my first outdoor adventure.
1. The Rule of Thirds The rule of thirds is one of the most used rules of composition and one of the most powerful.
This year, I was hungry. Hungry for experiences. No, not food, and no, not possessions, but rather I was hungry for memories and good times.
If you are reading this, I am assuming that you love the outdoors and taking pictures of the places you go.
It's no accident that San Diego is the eighth largest city in the U.S. and second largest in California. The weather is great. The scenery is beautiful.
1. The People You Work With There is no single aspect about working as a guide that is greater than your fellow guides.
Snowshoeing, it’s been around for a long time and is incredibly easy to do! So why isn’t everyone taking up this inexpensive and easy winter sport? Perhaps you just need a push in the right direction.
Don't let your concern for adding extra weight to your pack deter you from making art in the outdoors. Build a lightweight kit with these tools.
We have all experienced it on some level in our profession or passions. Drought comes to those who have a desire for perfection and growth.
This fall, my twin sister and I drove from rural Ontario to spend a month and a half exploring the wilderness of the American Southwest, from the San Juan Mountains across the Colorado Plateau to the.