Ready for a unique and fresh perspective on an amazing and more than unique travel location?
Camille Seaman takes us to one of the most important spots on our planet - Antarctica. And does so in her own way equipped with a deep appreciation of nature and 15 years of travel experience in the area.
Covid has dominated the news cycle this year again, while the Climate Change has been quietly sitting in the background, ticking away and getting worse every day. Vallerret Photography Gloves was built around a love of winter. We thrive in the cold crisp air and we rejoice after a fresh dump of snow. We have dedicated our entire livelihood to helping others love winter as much as we do and we want to do everything we can to keep winter around for as long as possible. For these exact reasons, third year in a row we are donating 1% of our annual revenue to 1% for the Planet, a non-profit organization that bridges the gap between companies looking to make a difference and environmental nonprofits needing funding.
It’s a question we get all the time: What is the best glove for my winter holiday? Whether you’re headed to the Arctic or Japan, we know how crucial it is to have the right gear dialed in before you hop on that plane. There’s nothing worse than investing in gear that doesn’t work for you. Finding a glove that works best for everyone can be tricky but we’ve learned some tips over the years to help you get the right glove for your winter holiday.
As winter lovers, we believe all winter weather is awesome, even wet and damp conditions and for years, we have been working to make a glove that will be a great companion for those who know that the secret beauty of winter often lies in a rainstorm.
The New Milford Photography Glove is a 2-in-1 windproof fleece glove with a rain cover that will keep you warm and dry in mild winter conditions.
This Black Friday we are again donating all profits from sales to The Norwegian Society for Conservation to help preserve one of the most iconic and recognizable photography locations on the planet: Lofoten. Visiting Lofoten is a dream for most photographers but this pristine location is at constant threat and the NSC is working to keep Lofoten wild. Read more to see how you can help.