Fitness watches and trackers are all the rage these days and seem to come in every shape and size, equipped to track every sport out there. While most watches are geared toward adults, there is a select market of fitness trackers designed specifically to help kids get active in a fun and exciting way. Over the
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Figure 1. Shot with the new iPhone 12 Pro Max using the Apple ProRAW format. Developed in Lightroom Classic. Introduced in the iPhone 12 Pro and the 12 Pro Max, Apple ProRAW is an entirely new file format that indicates where Apple is heading with its camera technology. Two years ago, I did something I
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Home » Footwear » Smearing Superstar: Evolv Zenist Climbing Shoe Review Evolv launched the Zenist through its Evo Lab channel in February, following the pre-Olympic trend of competition-style shoe releases. California-based Evolv touted its Zenist as an indoor climbing weapon. It boasted the high sensitivity required for precise foot placements, in addition to delicate heel
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Home » Biking » Rapha Launches Mountain Bike Collection, With Commitment to Support Trail Access UK-based cycling brand Rapha just dropped a mountain bike apparel and accessories collection, entering a new category for the previously road- and gravel-only brand. Rapha’s Performance Trailwear collection is as tastefully designed as its road gear, built with sustainable and
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Home » News » Adventure News of the Week: Lael Takes UNBOUND Crown, Everest to Host Volleyball, and More From the inspiring to the tragic, ‘Adventure News of the Week’ presents a wrap-up of top news in the world of exploration and adventure. RUN: China Bans ‘Extreme’ Sports in Wake of Ultrarunning Event Deaths. Following the recent tragedy
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Going on a photo safari to one of the many great countries that teem with wildlife in Africa is a goal of many nature photographers. Words cannot describe the multi-sensory experience you’ll encounter. The sights, sounds and smells of the Serengeti or anywhere else you visit will leave you in awe. As if that wasn’t
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This is a short story, but it’s worth mentioning because we’ve seen this problem so often in the past year and a half – folks aren’t respecting our resources. According to Fox 13 out of Salt Lake City, Utah Lake State Park may shut down all docks to fishing if anglers don’t quit leaving hooks
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Photo By espyphoto Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Buckskin Pass” by espyphoto. Location: Four Pass Loop near Aspen, Colorado. “We hiked the Four Pass Loop just before the wildfires in Colorado got bad this August; this was the first and most difficult pass that we ascended, but the view was our reward!” Want to
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When I saw this excerpt from Home Waters in Field & Stream, I was pretty surprised. I didn’t know there was a companion to A River Runs Through It in the works. This book, written by Norman Maclean’s son John, chronicles his relationship with fly fishing, his father, and the Big Blackfoot River. This excerpt is fantastic, and has me eagerly
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Photo By Tiffany F Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Grand Tetons” by Tiffany F. Location: Wyoming. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the website homepage, Facebook,
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It hit 90 here in Salt Lake City this week – an unfortunate sign that a hot, dry summer isn’t just coming, but finally arrived. Thankfully, that means my usual wet wading season has been expanded substantially. If you’re new to wet wading, or just want to upgrade your gear, this piece from Phil Monahan
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“Botswana offers incredible biodiversity and ecosystems for wildlife photography,” explains Vicki Santello. “It’s one of the locations in Africa I visited annually to capture unique images. On this particular trip, my guide spotted a leopard tucked into the fork of a large tree. It’s a credit to his spotting skills that he noticed her because
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By now, we’re all aware of the need for sustainability in our use of the earth’s natural resources. No one wins – in the long term – if we overuse what we currently have at hand. That’s the main focus of this piece by Josh Nicholas in The Guardian. In it, he details how China regularly claims
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Congratulations to David Connel for winning the recent Birds In Flight Assignment with the image, “Sandhills in the Clouds.” View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: “Sandhills In The Clouds” By David Connel “I
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I love fishing for bass, especially on a fly rod. I don’t get to do it enough, and according to this story, my chances of catching a fish like Josh Rogers did are slim to none. Rogers caught a largemouth bass that was entirely gold in color. Think golden dorado yellow. It’s a gorgeous fish,
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On one of the more recent episodes of my podcast – Spencer Durrant: Unhooked – I sat down with author Michael Tougias. We talked about his fantastic new book The Waters Between Us, and a myriad of other fishing related topics. Of particular note is the story Tougias shares with us about the time took someone else’s
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The right stove makes life on the trail better. From ultralight canisters to four-season and multifuel options, we’ve found and tested the best backpacking stoves. Sure, you could just eat a handful of trail mix or a can of tuna, but it’s hard to beat a hot meal after a long day on the trail. On
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An important guideline to follow is to prevent mergers when you construct a composition. Mergers appear when photographers ignore subject overlap. When subjects converge and become one, the viewer of the photo misses out on seeing portions of the subject that are partially hidden. For instance, when two four-legged animals merge, it’s often difficult to
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