A few weeks ago back in mid February we too a road trip to Arizona for a Google+ photowalk organized by Christina Lawrie and attended by photographers from around Phoenix and a number of friends from San Francisco. This is a from the road overview using Instagram to document some of the cool things we saw along the way. We had a blast shooting neon signs around Phoenix, getting caught in the snow in Sedona, catching the storm clouds over the Grand Canyon, exploring Death Valley for a day, running out of gas, and driving up the California coast back to San Francisco.
A few days ago we applied for a contest from www.freeenterprise.com for a chance to to go on a 15-city road trip across America. How perfect for us! We already do that! It would be amazing to get a chance to travel for two-months, blogging and documenting our trip, checking out local events, talking to local businesses about entrepreneurship and free enterprise, and getting paid to do that! Watch our Submission Video in the post.
Burning Man 2012 was an amazing experience, but being my first time I was a little worried about my camera equipment. The conditions are extremely dusty and hot, there is nowhere to hide from the alkaline dust that gets into everything. There was no chance I was missing shooting just because of a little lot of dust! So here is a rundown of my experience of what it was like to photograph at Burning Man from an equipment perspective.