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.
This Black Friday we are once 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.
It’s that time of the year. The fireplaces are roaring, the snow is falling and everyone is scrambling to find the perfect gift for their loved ones this year. As fellow photographers ourselves, we know how hard buying for a photographer can be. If you’re left confused by the technical jargon and tech specs of products you don’t understand then you’re in luck. Read on for our gift recommendations.
Embarking on his first trip to Scotland was fleeting but left a lasting impression. This time, with more time and a photography focus, Joshua Miravalles explored new parts of the country. Here are some tips for your next Scottish adventure:
Choose the Right Dates: Consider autumn for picturesque landscapes without the summer crowds.
Select Your Transport Wisely: A campervan offers you flexibility and convenience for exploring Scotland.
Plan Your Route, Stay Open to Surprises: Have multiple overnight options and stay updated with campsite locators.
Highlights to Consider: Explore the Kelpies sculptures, catch the Jacobite Steam Train, visit St Conan's Kirk, Kilchurn Castle, and the Isle of Skye.
Enjoy the Distilleries: Take time for whisky tastings at renowned and emerging distilleries.
There is something about forests that is just simply enchanting, no matter the season you find them in. The eeriness of a bare winter tree, the lushness of a summer tree in full bloom, the comfort of a tree in its golden autumn cloak. Unlike many types of landscape photography, woodland photography doesn't require any special travel. If you live by some trees, you too can jump into woodland photogrphy!
If you're looking for inspiration, here are our current favourite woodland photographers to check out.
A good winter glove should give the photographer optimal control without compromising on warmth. The Skadi LRS Zipper Mitt is our best glove for drone photography thanks to its extreme customizability, merino wool insulation and touch screen compatible liners. If you're looking to fly your drone in the heart of winter, check out these gloves!