Over the next few weeks, I’ll be posting some videos of an interview I did with Russ & Laura from PathLessPedaled.com. The interview was great, and I’m editing several segments for your viewing pleasure. I’m also in talks with several other amazing people who I’m going to interview and feature on PTV. In the meantime, […]
Oh the power of Twitter! Thanks to that wonderful service, I was able to procure a pair of STABILicers from 32North to evaluate. Here’s the unboxing, and stay tuned to PTV for the review of the product – once it snows!
From the first day of my S24O camping trip. Monday, September 21, 2009.
It can be tough to get outside as much as we’d like to, despite the well known fact that being outdoors is good for our mental and physical health. Some readers of this blog are likely to be people who spend most of their day indoors behind a computer. I find myself sitting at my […]
Street Music – Portland, Maine from Chris Cavs on Vimeo. One of the things I love about Portland is the music scene. There are some amazingly talented musicians here. From spring to fall, some musicians take to the streets and parks as buskers, giving tourists and locals alike a taste of their art. The band […]
As you’ll well learn over the course of this blog’s existence, I am a video nut. I’ve been producing and shooting video for well over 15 years, but I rarely think to bring my gear with me on a trip. Video gear — especially the pro stuff — is heavy, bulky, and not all that […]
Ken Burns’ new film hits PBS on September 27, and it’s sure to be another amazing television event. Here, Burns sits down with Backpacker Magazine’s Tracy Ross to talk about the film and his ideas about why the National Parks are important, and who really influenced and created them.
New Hampshire Falls – Letus Ultimate Film from Tom Guilmette on Vimeo. You’ll see a lot of video here on the site, especially because it’s what I do for a living. I love well shot video and the feelings it can evoke. Here, my friend Tom Guilmette, a director of photography in Boston, MA shows […]
As someone who uses video cameras for a living, it can be difficult for me to occasionally put the camera down when traveling — to stop and smell the roses, if you will. Seeing the world through that tiny lens separates you from the experiences you’ve traveled to enjoy. When that happens, your memories will only […]