Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Overland Journal, Summer 2018. Photography by Joe Fleming and Scott Brady TRAVEL CHANGES US IF WE LET IT. There is something different about Peru. On my third trip to this variegated country in as many years, it became clear. It is easy to say that the difference…
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Overland Journal, Summer 2017. Adventure doesn’t always look like what you would expect. It is not bound to the toughest trails or limited to foreign lands with unfamiliar cultures. Some journeys are about rediscovering the places we already know and seeing them in a new light. This…
A few years back, I decided I’d try for once to get some people together on my birthday. We set a three-day expedition date in February to the high desert in Western Nevada, which was a risky proposal due to the potential conditions. I invited some friends from Prometheus Design Werx, Exploro, and some guides…
For the modern story teller, particularly those hoping to get published, the ability to convey events equally well in prose and pixels is no easy task. While some nail the word making, they may struggle to capture the photos necessary to get their story on the printed page. As editors and aggregators of content, we…
The art of shooter/subject image making
A little boost of inspiration for your wandering soul
An Overland Journey to the Highest Reaches of India
You’ve made the journey, be sure you come home with the image souvenirs you wanted.
There has never been a better time to have your travel story published. We offer a few helpful tips for creating a good travel yarn.
These images from Wild State of Romania will make you want for a Nissan Patrol.
“What is this place worth in oil? Where do we want to steer our civilization? What do we want left when we’re done? — Craig Childs, The Story of Place
Join beafilmmaker.com and Andrew St.Pierre White to learn the fine arts of story telling through video.
A look at the 9 most common mistakes encountered in the photography we receive, and how to avoid them.
Alaska resident and photographer Keith Thompson captures the power and majesty of nature’s most formidable omnivores.
In our latest Adventure Interview, we catch up with Gareth and Lisa of Sirocco Overland.
Where better to test the world’s most robust camera strap than the South Pole.
Photographer and overlander Jacob Blick takes us on a stunning photographic journey.
Overland Journal recently released their new commercial. Need inspiration to get out town? Here it is.