In 2019 I traveled to the Nepal side of Himalayan Mountains to trek to Lobuche East and Everest Basecamp treks. The purpose of this trip was to document the entire trip for Northeast Mountaineering to use for promotional material. They wanted me to capture both stills and motion which means I had my work cutout for me being a one-man band through the entire trip. Luckily the porters carried a lot of the extra gear that I didn’t need for the day trip. The success of this trip couldn’t have been done without the help of the all-star Sherpas and Porters from Himalayan Hikers Expedition PVT LTD! 🙏🏻
This camera case setup is what I use for any studio or on location projects. If I’m going to capture a portrait at a the local rock gym or I’m renting out a studio on a large production in Los Angeles, this is how I would travel. If I plan to go to the backcountry I would pack only the neccesary gear – you can expect a backcountry backpack post soon.
Capture One has been my default tethering software in the past for myself and as a digital technician, but never for my file management or processing. Until Capture One 9, I felt the workflow in C1 (Capture One) was always very cumbersome and hard to use, but with every update, the software becomes more intuitive and more powerful than Lightroom. 2017 marks a decade of using Lightroom for my primary file management, archiving and editing software. Back in January, I jumped ship and only use Capture One to capture and process all my imagery.
In this review, I compare and contrast with Lightroom because Lightroom tends to be the standard in the industry as the go-to software for image processing.
- Adventures | Trekking in Nepal – Lobuche East + Everest Basecamp April 16, 2020
- Gear Closet | Nepal Camera Kit April 16, 2020
- Outside Magazine | Tearsheet | Our Favorite Outdoor Adventure Photography March 3, 2020
- Vermont Advertising + Social Media Lifestyle Photoshoot February 28, 2020
- Gear Closet | Adventure Studio + On Location Camera Kit December 17, 2019
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