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.
This past summer Sony released an updated version of their popular Cyber Shot RX100, a camera which was already one of the best in its category.
Once again, Sinuhe gives us more inspiration to explore roads unknown.
Despite initial doubts, as the weeks have ticked by it appears the 70D is plodding along winning fans as it goes, even in some professional circles where it has become somewhat of a darling
From Pakistan to Vanuatu he has captured the timeless essence of people as they have lived for centuries. If you’re looking for a new addition to your library, this is it
It’s that time once again, time to vote for the images to be included in the 2014 Expedition Portal calendar. It seems with every passing year the images submitted by our members get better and better. The selection for this year is a stunning collection from around the globe. To see the images, and to…
There’s an ever increasing amount of retro cameras on the market today. We love the way they look, but how do they perform? We test the X-E1to find out.
Olympus may not have designed their latest OM camera specifically as a travel platform, but it just might be ideally suited for that purpose
It’s not foul weather, it’s a dramatic backdrop. Get out and enjoy the changing of the seasons.
While this may sound like a joke, we assure you there’s nothing fake about it. In fact it’s not only just submersible, but optimized for underwater use.
Building funds on landscape photography gave these videographers the chance to produce their dream film, “The Southwest”.
We thought it would be easy.
Looking at the map we figured a quick two or three hour ride and we would be in Arequipa.