Rough weather makes work a real challenge for any photographer. Blizzards, sandstorms, whiteouts, violent winds, they can paralyze creative projects for days.
To create truly stunning photos, you need to be prepared for extreme weather conditions. Decent gear is therefore essential in bringing back the best content.Watch video
When the blizzard is raging, when the winds force animals and people to seek shelter, when the weather unforgiving; that is when Morten Hilmer comes out to create.
He is a professional wildlife photographer who has a great passion for bush craft and primitive skills. Serving in the Danish Special Forces for two years gave him the skills and confidence to operate alone in desolated Arctic regions.Read more
LaCie Rugged SSD Pro
The Rugged SSD Pro thrives where only the toughest survive. It’s the industry’s most trusted way to capture and transport data in the field.
From IP67-rated extreme water resistance to drop, rain, dust, and crush resistance — durability like this makes it a go-to for creative professionals. Compact, sturdy, and ready for anything, it’s the ideal and fastest solution for transporting data in nature, on set, in the studio and into the hands of your clients.Read more
Lenovo Thinkpad T490
The ThinkPad has been everywhere: on the summit of Mount Everest, in the depths of the ocean and in the treetops of the rainforest. NASA has used the ThinkPad in both the International Space Station and the Mir space station. Made to perform and designed to endure anything.Read more
When nature shows itself from its less comfortable side, when the wind is howling and a blizzard turns the landscape into a whiteout with blowing snow, I trust the ruggedness and speeds of my gear.