The key to improving as a photographer is to just be more like a goose. Don’t believe me? Just hear me out on this one!
I spend a lot of time alone in the backcountry. Everything from a quick hike to clear my mind, to a multi-day photography excursion. Don’t get me wrong, hiking with others can be great fun, but sometimes you need to fly solo. This is especially true in the case of the backcountry photographer. Afterall, there aren’t too many non-photographers that will put up with the lunacy that is backcountry photography! Plus, hiking solo can be a lot of fun!
Here are my 5 tips to help ensure that you have a safe, successful solo trip in the backcountry.