When my co-host Mason Marsh suggested we do a Photocombobulate episode about camping, I had to double-check that we were still a podcast about photography. But if you’re a landscape photographer especially, camping opens up a lot of opportunities. Who wouldn’t want to roll out of a tent and be greeted by the sunrise you’ve trekked to capture? And just as photography benefits from having the right tools at hand, having a good camping experience can lead to better photos and a more satisfying experience.
In our latest episode, we photocombobulate the camping experience and share some of the things we’ve learned, from packing just bare enough to provide the essentials (as we did when photographing the Sierra Nevada last fall) to glamping it up (slightly).
Listen and subscribe here: Episode 21: Camping.
And remember that we also offer a less-vigorously-edited video version of the show at YouTube:
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