Gear Review: iBuddy Bench Seat Cover
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by Bret Edge
1M ago
We needed a seat protector for the backseat of the FunHawg as our teenager and Huck the Adventure Pug aren’t the cleanest of travelers. I didn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on seat covers and after a quick Amazon search I found the iBuddy Bench Seat Protector for $50. Compared to others I’d found, the cheapest of which was $110, this one seemed like a good option. I decided to jump on it thanks in part to nearly 3,000 reviews and a 4.6 rating, along with the fact that I could return it if it didn’t work out. Details forthcoming ..read more
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My Thoughts on the 2024 Four Wheel Campers Upgrades
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by Bret Edge
7M ago
Today Four Wheel Campers announced a host of substantial upgrades and options for their popular line of off-road truck campers. We’re on our second Four Wheel Camper - the Hawk UTE flatbed - which we’ve had for almost three years. Our first FWC was a slide-in Raven model, which we used for over a year before upgrading to the Hawk UTE. In this post I’ll cover each one of the new options and offer my thoughts on whether they are must-haves ro just nice to haves. I’ll also share a few changes I hope to see Four Wheel Campers embrace at some point…hopefully in the near future. Let’s dive in. Stan ..read more
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Should You Upgrade Your Overland Camper or Van to a Lithium Power System?
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by Bret Edge
8M ago
Overland camper equipped with Four Wheel Campers Hawk UTE and Battleborn Batteries at campsite near Moab, Utah. Over the last twenty years my wife and I have had travel trailers big and small, two motor homes, and two overland rigs, both of which were built using Four Wheel Campers as the habitat. All of these RV’s utilized AGM batteries as part of the integrated power system. At best, the AGM systems are…just okay. Twenty years ago, the only way to add power was to add more batteries, and with space at a premium this often wasn’t possible. Fast forward to today, and we now have the option of ..read more
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Gear Review: Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di III RXD Lens
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by Bret Edge
11M ago
I’ll be honest – I didn’t have high expectations when I plunked down $650 for the Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di III RXD lens for use on my Sony A7IV. I just needed a relatively compact, affordable lens with a wide range of focal lengths that would be easy to travel with on commercial flights. There weren’t many lenses in the running and I settled on the Tamron because it was readily available and within my budget. I bought mine where I buy almost all of my camera gear, from the fantastic team at Pictureline in Salt Lake City. Not long ago, superzoom lenses were an exercise in compromise; what ..read more
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Flatbed Tray Conversions: Answers to All Your Questions...Even the Ones You Didn't Know to Ask
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by Bret Edge
1y ago
Ford F250 Tremor with Norweld Deluxe Weekender Tray in Moab, Uta A 2021 Ford F250 Tremor with a Norweld Deluxe Weekender flatbed tray parked below Moab Rim near Moab, Utah. Ford F250 Tremor with Norweld Deluxe Weekender Tray in Desert Be A 2021 Ford F250 Tremor with a Norweld Deluxe Weekender flatbed tray on a desert road below the La Sal Mountains near Moab, Utah. Man Wearing Off the Grid Surplus Trailblazer Pants Opens Storage A man wearing Off the Grid Surplus Trailblazer pants opens a storage box on a Norweld Deluxe Weekender flatbed tray near Moab, Utah. Looking for information about F ..read more
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Behind the Image: Wildflowers in American Basin, Colorado
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by Bret Edge
1y ago
A wildflower garden of columbines, indian paintbrush, harebells and more bloom in verdant American Basin outside Lake City, Colorado. American Basin. The name alone brings joy to the hearts of landscape photographers, especially those of us living in the American West. It’s the kind of place that’s being loved to death these days, for a variety of reasons, and the last time we were there it had lost much of its charm. RZR’s were parked all over the meadows, the flowers were being trampled by wannabe IG influencers and one had to watch one’s step to avoid piles of human excrement. Back in 2011 ..read more
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Photographer's Guide to Canyonlands National Park - Green River Overlook
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by Bret Edge
1y ago
Dramatic light strikes the White Rim at sunset below dark storm clouds at Green River Overlook in Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah. This post brought to you by eFotoGuide, the ultimate guides to photographing America’s national parks. Check out our ebook guides to Arches, Big Bend and Zion National Parks. Each ebook contains information for over 20 of the most stunning locations in each park, plus everything you’ll need to know plan a successful trip. Only $15 each, or $40 for for all three in the eFotoGuide Ultimate Bundle. While you’re in Canyonlands, don’t forget to visit Mesa Arc ..read more
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Photographer’s Guide to Canyonlands National Park - Mesa Arch
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by Bret Edge
1y ago
The sun peeks over the top of Mesa Arch framing Washer Woman Arch, Monster and Airport Towers in Buck Canyon at Canyonlands National Park near Moab, Utah. This post brought to you by eFotoGuide, the ultimate guides to photographing America’s national parks. Check out our ebook guides to Arches, Big Bend and Zion National Parks. Each ebook contains information for over 20 of the most stunning locations in each park, plus everything you’ll need to plan a successful trip. At only $15 each, or $40 for the whole bundle, it’s quite the bargain! Mesa Arch needs no introduction. If you’re a landscape ..read more
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Behind the Image: Sunset Light on Second Wave
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by Bret Edge
1y ago
A warm winter sunset splashes light on the Second Wave in the Coyote Buttes region of the Vermillion Cliffs National Monument, Arizona…or Utah? When a friend calls you with news that he has a permit to hike into the Wave, and then invites you to join him on that hike, you do whatever you need to do to make it happen. Such was the case in early 2009, when my buddy Jim Talaric invited me to join him and a couple other photographers on a short trip throughout the Page area. My wife was very pregnant, but she was also very understanding, and encouraged me to join the guys on what would be a whirl ..read more
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2022 Zion National Park Fall Color Update
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by Bret Edge
1y ago
A riot of colorful foliage lines a muddy creekbed in one of many side canyons of Zion National Park, Utah. Earlier this week I was thankful to have a half day to dedicate to photography in Zion National Park. I was hoping to find some colorful leaves but on the drive in from La Verkin, passing cottonwoods along the Virgin River, disappointment began to set in. Almost all of the trees were still green, with only a few barely starting to show signs of yellow in their leaves. I knew the east side of Zion was at higher elevation, so even if the canyon wasn’t popping off there was a chance I’d fin ..read more
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