BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Sophie Darlington reveals all you need to know to film wildlife in their natural habitats.
A video guide to getting started and improving your photography craft.
Watch as experienced director Brian Rapsey shares his pro filmmaking tips.
What to know (and pack) for a cold-weather camping trip, so you’re prepared for the frigid temperatures and snow and will be cozy and comfortable all night.
Before you hit the slopes, it’s important to know how to choose the right gloves, socks, layers, and outerwear to keep you dry and protected against the elements. Nomad Spencer offers his tips.
Taking good photos isn’t just about pressing the shutter button. The work you do in post-production can be a real game-changer.
The proper hiking boots, socks, and poles can help you avoid injury and discomfort, so you can focus on the joys of tackling the trails.
A correctly tied knot can be a lifesaver when you’re traveling. These are the five best knots to know, whether it’s keeping your luggage lashed to the roof rack or preventing your kayak from drifting away.
When traveling, food is a huge part of the adventure. When telling stories about travel, food photography is a great way to share.
Former World Nomads scholarship winner Andres Brenner shares his tips on whether to use your smart phone or camera to capture your travel memories.
Whether you’re setting off on a day hike near home or a multi-day adventure, you need to be prepared, you need to know what to pack, and you need to be fit enough to undertake it.
How well thought-out sound design will elevate your travel video from good to great.
If you're lost in the woods or wilderness, learning these expert skills could keep you alive until rescue comes.
Tim Neville asks storytelling experts how to keep your audience interested until the end.