1 hr 25 min

Snowshoeing with the rented Sony A7‪C‬ Latitude Photography Podcast

    • Visual Arts

Summary
I recently rented the Sony A7C and went snowshoeing in the Sun Valley area. It was a short but fantastic time and I got a few good images to share with y’all too. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 102 for January 18, 2021
Useful links:
Enroll in my Master Photo Printing course.
https://brentbergherm.com/training-center/course-info/master-photo-printing/
Get some free resources here: https://brentbergherm.com/info/resources/
Palouse Shoot-n-Print Photography and Printing Workshop
Get on the list for updates on Latitude Photography School
Shop at lensrentals.com with my affiliate link and I’ll get a small commission of the sale. Use the code "latitude15" at checkout and you'll get 15% off your order.
I also have an affiliate link with ThinkTank Photo
Thank you for your support!
Announcements
Shooting or group submission challenges. Winter Wonderland or Within Arm’s Reach A post about your Lightroom challenges. What’s your #1 issue in Lightroom Classic? I made the post an announcement so it would be easier to find, please find it and see what others have commented, if your #1 issue is already taken, please hit the like button and then add your next item on the list that you want to learn or have addressed here on the show. Latitude Photography School Update.
Today, it’s just me talking about a recent shooting experience I had. Two of them actually. I went to the Sun Valley area for some snowshoeing and to Bruneau Dunes State Park in Idaho.

The Plan
To rent the Sony A7C and the Zeiss Loxia 21mm f/2.8
To have a grand time shooting it somewhere snowshoeing
Craters of the moon or
Northern Idaho, Kellogg area or
Sun Valley area To do it right after Christmas. Also, I was technically still in recovery from my health troubles I’d experienced the last four months of 2020, so this was a test of sorts for me as well. The Experience
Camera and lens were delivered just before Christmas, but as family was over I didn’t really get a chance to play with it until just before the shoot. Drove to my folk’s place, they live in the Boise, ID, area.
Continued the next day to the Sun Valley area, actually never got to Sun Valley the town, I just use that since y’all likely know where that is. In reality, we stayed in Bellevue and shot north of Ketchum. Randy Gemar joined me once again, you may recall he joined me to Unalaska Island last December. Met briefly at the hotel and then got right out to a trail. Realized my snowshoes, the ones I’ve had at least 10 years, had broken. They were useless. Walked around a bit in the deep snow but then found a trail that was mostly packed snow. Shot some, but was feeling a bit rusty. Also scouted a bit for what we’d do for sunrise the next day. Got into town just in time to rent a pair for the next two days.
On Monday, we were out for sunrise. Had a grand time. Hiked about 3 miles. Went back to the hotel for lunch, and then back out again for evening. Hiked for another 2.5 or so miles. I was beat. Didn’t sleep well that night at all. Tuesday was mostly a wash. Tried to sleep in but didn’t really work well. As I was leaving that evening back to the Boise area I had to check out of the hotel. Made the decision to drive back since I was in no position to stay out late and then drive back feeling this tired. We had planned on heading to Sun Valley for some night street photography. I really wanted to test out this camera in those conditions. On the way back, I got the idea that I’d stop in and shoot at the historic Idaho State Prison.
Got back and rested up at my parent’s place once again and got home the next day to turn right around on Thursday to take the family back for New Year’s Eve. Drove out to Bruneau Dunes for January 1 shooting. Made it there at about 8:15, right about when the sun came up, but as I had already returned t

Summary
I recently rented the Sony A7C and went snowshoeing in the Sun Valley area. It was a short but fantastic time and I got a few good images to share with y’all too. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 102 for January 18, 2021
Useful links:
Enroll in my Master Photo Printing course.
https://brentbergherm.com/training-center/course-info/master-photo-printing/
Get some free resources here: https://brentbergherm.com/info/resources/
Palouse Shoot-n-Print Photography and Printing Workshop
Get on the list for updates on Latitude Photography School
Shop at lensrentals.com with my affiliate link and I’ll get a small commission of the sale. Use the code "latitude15" at checkout and you'll get 15% off your order.
I also have an affiliate link with ThinkTank Photo
Thank you for your support!
Announcements
Shooting or group submission challenges. Winter Wonderland or Within Arm’s Reach A post about your Lightroom challenges. What’s your #1 issue in Lightroom Classic? I made the post an announcement so it would be easier to find, please find it and see what others have commented, if your #1 issue is already taken, please hit the like button and then add your next item on the list that you want to learn or have addressed here on the show. Latitude Photography School Update.
Today, it’s just me talking about a recent shooting experience I had. Two of them actually. I went to the Sun Valley area for some snowshoeing and to Bruneau Dunes State Park in Idaho.

The Plan
To rent the Sony A7C and the Zeiss Loxia 21mm f/2.8
To have a grand time shooting it somewhere snowshoeing
Craters of the moon or
Northern Idaho, Kellogg area or
Sun Valley area To do it right after Christmas. Also, I was technically still in recovery from my health troubles I’d experienced the last four months of 2020, so this was a test of sorts for me as well. The Experience
Camera and lens were delivered just before Christmas, but as family was over I didn’t really get a chance to play with it until just before the shoot. Drove to my folk’s place, they live in the Boise, ID, area.
Continued the next day to the Sun Valley area, actually never got to Sun Valley the town, I just use that since y’all likely know where that is. In reality, we stayed in Bellevue and shot north of Ketchum. Randy Gemar joined me once again, you may recall he joined me to Unalaska Island last December. Met briefly at the hotel and then got right out to a trail. Realized my snowshoes, the ones I’ve had at least 10 years, had broken. They were useless. Walked around a bit in the deep snow but then found a trail that was mostly packed snow. Shot some, but was feeling a bit rusty. Also scouted a bit for what we’d do for sunrise the next day. Got into town just in time to rent a pair for the next two days.
On Monday, we were out for sunrise. Had a grand time. Hiked about 3 miles. Went back to the hotel for lunch, and then back out again for evening. Hiked for another 2.5 or so miles. I was beat. Didn’t sleep well that night at all. Tuesday was mostly a wash. Tried to sleep in but didn’t really work well. As I was leaving that evening back to the Boise area I had to check out of the hotel. Made the decision to drive back since I was in no position to stay out late and then drive back feeling this tired. We had planned on heading to Sun Valley for some night street photography. I really wanted to test out this camera in those conditions. On the way back, I got the idea that I’d stop in and shoot at the historic Idaho State Prison.
Got back and rested up at my parent’s place once again and got home the next day to turn right around on Thursday to take the family back for New Year’s Eve. Drove out to Bruneau Dunes for January 1 shooting. Made it there at about 8:15, right about when the sun came up, but as I had already returned t

1 hr 25 min

Top Podcasts In Visual Arts