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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

06:43 min | 2 months ago

"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"Adventure and lifestyle in ways. Meant to motivate you to move and get out and see the world let this show via source of travel advice and inspiration but remember that in the end. It's you who takes the leap. Hey guys welcome back. This is episode one. Forty-seven of jump high high-caste and something exciting has come up. So i'm interrupting our backyard adventure series with today's episode so that we can talk about this exciting thing. Some of you may recall or know about this but two years ago in two thousand and nine thousand nine i went to patagonia with a film crew from osprey packs not to lead a trip for you guys like i normally do but this time to create a film based on my story as a solo female backpacker and while we were there. I invited dan holz to come on the show to talk photography and travel which you guys may remember from back in episode one fifteen but we couldn't really talk about the film because it was still very much on the deal that time and i never really came back around to talking about it except mentioning when it released that september of two thousand and nineteen so the something exciting. Is that our film that we created which is called chile has been selected for an all female adventure film festival called no-man's-land and it is virtual this year the film festival. And it's coming right up. It's actually march fourth through seventh twenty twenty one and you can find everything you need to know and get tickets for it at no-man's-land film festival dot org tickets. Start at twenty dollars and our film is screening. The first day of the festival so thursday march fourth. So i just found out about this. And i wanted to pull the trigger on inviting dan back on the show to let you guys know that this is happening and to actually tell the story of the film and host our own little. Qna about too in a way. Bring the festival right to you and invite you to join us there along with all the other amazing films that are going to be involved this year so i definitely encourage you to get a ticket and check it out. The link is in the show notes for you so down holtz and cory everson where the guys with the cameras for our shoot and i invited both of them to come on the show today. Unfortunately corey couldn't make it. But dan is here to dig into this experience with me. Yes we went to patagonia. Shoot a film yes. We had a shot list and an idea of what we wanted to accomplish. But this is patagonia. We're talking about and this is a place that has a mind of its own and it will tell the story that it wants to tell and so we get into what that ended up looking like and what happened behind the scenes and what the objective for the film was in the first place. And why i chose to take them to patagonia out of anywhere in the world so strap on your travel dreaming goggles again. Because we're going far away for this one. And i really hope that it inspires you to join us at the film festival so here. We go with dan. Okay guys i am back with. Dan holds whom you guys have actually heard before he has been on this show It was actually back in episode one fifteen and we were side by side last time sitting in a hotel room in patagonia actually When which is why we're here today because we're gonna come full circle and go back and talk about that experience so dan welcome back to the show. Thanks great to be here jackie. Yeah it's so great. It's what i'm really excited about is why we're here like the excuse to have you back on. And we're missing corey right now if he jumps on he's going to jump on and we're gonna welcome him with open arms in this episode but he missed that he missed the time. I don't know where he hit time. Right now yeah. But so. If cory johnson we'll just we'll just roll with it. How about that And and everybody out there. Listening understands the zoom world these days and people come and go and so we'll see if he shows up he shows up but So dan you and corey were sort of the magicians behind this This film that we're gonna talk about and I'm i'm really. I guess i'm just honored. I'm excited that we're even having this conversation because our film that we created two years ago. patagonia called chile is getting entered into a film festival. Isn't it that's right. It is and So i just wanted to kind of bring you back on and like real relive that experience and actually talk about it on the show because we never did the last time that you came on and we talked about photography and travel and We couldn't really talk about what we were doing yet. It's kind of a secret. Yeah we had some product that wasn't out yet because we're shooting thumper prospera on their behalf rape out of under the radar. Yeah so let's start with the the the question is Do you want to introduce yourself and just let everybody know who you are and what you do and what. Your role is here My name is dan holtz. And i'm the senior photo video manager for osprey packs which means I go out and shoot stuff. A lot and bruce stuff correct stuff and people to direct stuff than previous step of. He needs a lot of products. Yeah so question for you because this is sort of like the main. Why are we even here. Sort of thing is why does osprey create films. Because i know that some people have been like they made. They made a film like what's it for. what is it about. you know like what. It's they're confused a backpacking company. Well i mean it's a it's a so much more than backpacking but The company that makes packs is producing films. So can you shine a little light on that for us. Oh man look to you. There is now i mean. Obviously there's more than one reason right We want to. But i think the biggest reason is really really wanna just relate to our clientele. Kinda show him the places they could do to inspire them. He traveled themselves. Really you know So we we.

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"dan holz" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"dan holz" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"It is a huge honor for me today to be podcast interviewing dr dan holz claw d. s. ms. He's a board certified. By both the american board of period on policy and the international congress orlan planetologist. He has published over fifty period view journal articles textbook chapters in books as a matter of fact after holtz call recently authored that very first tux book ever published ontario dental implants over the past decade. He has provided hundred plus lectures and a dozen different countries and has been honored as a leader in continuing dental education by dentistry today magazine. For the last fifteen years he served as the editor in chief of the journal of implant and advance clinical dentistry for twelve years and has an editorial board member reviewer for multiple other dental journals including the journal on cosmetic dentistry. The journal appeared on policy and compendium. He is a past recipient of the excellence in research award from the international college at dennis and is one of only ten clinicians recognized by the american academy impaired on tall as officially recommended speaker. For cranial facial reconstructive surgery. He is a native texan raised. In the tiny town of humble texas after attending texas am university he graduated with honors the university of texas health science center. San antonio and was commissioned as an officer in the united states navy while in the navy. Hit the rank of lieutenant commander during twelve years of active duty service during his time. He completed a hospital. General practice residency. That naval research center at portsmouth virginia and an additional three residency and perreault the national naval medical center. Which is the president's hospital in bethesda. Maryland was awarded nearly a dozen service medals and finished his naval career as the parried on us for the world famous. Us navy blue angels flight demonstration team. My god what a legendary bio i mean. What the hell could you do for an encore. And what did you do. For non-core you recently just published a book and i just posted on dental town. My gosh writing a book. That's that's like making a child takes nine months to to make it. I mean that's a lot of work. How that journey gopher you interesting is a lot of. It ended up having to do with kovic when i started basically writing a couple of articles on just various aspects. Ca tear gordon plants towards the end of last year. And then go vid game around and you know all our practices said shutdowns who are sitting around doing nothing and said you know if i string a couple of these articles together i could probably expand on it and turn it into a textbook and i.

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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"Now? I don't know who I don't know. I lost count. Now Nokia didn't like I've spent a lot of time down here in the last since two thousand fifteen minute. I came down here ruined. At one point, I had been here. More than I had been in Montana. In those three years spent more time in Patagonia than I had even in Montana. But nothing that Ohio, it's, you know, it's just part of my past, and where my path has taken me in it keeps bringing me back here because this part of who I am now. So. Yeah, but it's been really cool to be able to share this with you guys. So my gosh feel so lucky. But you with us. Yeah. Thank you. You could tell by the grins that we were wearing all week. I know we were putting in, you know, fourteen hour days, but we go to bed very well rest. Yeah. Happy and contented. Check more out. Yeah. Experiencing this place with someone who. Loves it into what makes a difference the food, Mexico regency to love it, too. Yeah. Oh my God. Well, cool anything else that you'd like to add about travel, photography, or here or. You know. Oh here, I'm gonna ask you that because this is this is what you said your number one piece of advice. When people contact us how. Not going to ask you to explain your whole path to us. But when someone sees the work that you do in where you've, I guess, arrived to an where you're heading like in your position with Oscar, you're doing these big photo shoots if there's someone out there, who's aspiring travel photography like that. What's your number one piece of advice for them? Stick with it. That's it. That's really, I can't tell you how many times it's hard out there. It's competitive, yes. One of the most competitive industries in, in the field of doggies outdoor travel adventure, whatever you want, call it. It's what everybody wants to do. There is a certain romance behind. What is perceived to be, but it's a lot of work. It's a lot of marketing is a lot of sales awhile, hustle, a lot building contacts, while you're improving your craft, right? If you stick with that, even when you just want to give up. You'll you'll succeed because everybody a lot of people just instantly. I think that's true for so many things so many things it's also true about where I am now. Yeah. Like Brian, Watts of people, I want to get into the blogging world or even podcasting these days and. I mean you've been in your position with Osprey for over five years, I've had this podcast for over five years, it takes time to chase. Yeah. That's good advice. Yeah. Before that. No twelve years of freelance. Yeah. To get to that five year. My stay gone. So young. Yeah. Yeah. It's just about if you love it, we'd good at what you do it will happen. Stigmas tim. Yeah. Stick with awesome. Well, thank you, Dan for coming on the show. Yeah. You guys if anybody wants to follow you where do they find? You all do you have an Instagram page? Dan, wholesale photo. Ain't got your Edwards fed off. Check out the website, Dan holes photography dot com. Co thanks. And I'll Sarah win the Oscar video comes out to later this year. Keep you guys posted on the new banks in that area so cool. All right. Well, thanks. San safe travels today to go. Probably going against them. Okay. Guys, Dan is on a plane and that officially wraps, our Patagonia production. I hope you enjoyed listening to that spun for me to do these recordings in person because it's so rare to be in the same place, as the person that I want to talk to on the show. So thanks for listening and being part of that conversation today, we will be back to the hiking series in the next episode. So please, stay tuned and safe travels.

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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"If if you're gonna do backpacking shoot is completely different like you'd have lakes, Motte more Mont, you go more modular with it. I want to bring a camera bag for saved without Everingham might be backpacking pack and I would put smaller like cube. Blake packs within it. Yeah. And then that's what I would use to keep my gear safe. While I will I hike into in establish a base camp to then shoots from that face that you have to pack a lot more minimally 'cause you're only taking the one. Yeah. So it's like maybe instead of bringing like five lenses bringing two or three and depends how how strong by by assistant feels like. Being now be carry more gear but yeah. For the most part all along cube gear within it. Yeah. It. And then what do you do with really how much space is leftover for her smokier? It's so funny because I consider myself a, an ultralight Acker Monday shoots. But you wouldn't know by looking at, like my eighty liter pack all camera you create. But, like I'll have like literally tents ultralight seeping bags at pack down the size of a softball in there within. Yeah. Everything's all in town. So you've got like your full backpacking kit. Plus, usually on average about twenty pounds Aguirre, so of tripods in sliders, whatever else you bringing. So if you were to streamline Mike kit to take all the camera gear out. Do just be like little slow buddy. Right. So envious of those people you only need like fifteen to twenty liter. Yes. Yeah. Especially I don't know how it's like even easier for guys. It seems brother will show up on like a month long trip. With twenty liter pack you know, it will happen. He ends up carrying other people's stuff because he's got this little tiny funny, sherpa being or for other people who mean the bigger pack you bring the work crap you're gonna take. That's true. That's for everything. Minimalism Lewis is the key to hang for sure. Early spring. Which you need. What are your favorite, your favorite Goto piece of equipment? Like, is there anything you would never leave home without like Cameron Cuffy? Oh, yeah. I've got one lens that I bring with me on ninety percent of my shoots. That's my twenty four to seventy l series two eight and that thing is just a workhorse of a lens. So, like you notice it was on onto the time we were shooting because it, it's just beautiful glass. It just yet freelance love. It can contain up about it mill will not functional that with the seventy two two hundred and I love shooting wide is well sobering. A fourteen prime to really like not many people shoot with that lens. I think it kind of helps lend to a little bit more of a unique I guess unique style when the shooting with. So it's, it's. That little fish looking lands on actually a fish is. But it's yeah it's, it's beautiful. It's beautiful. I love shooting at in the way that lake light seems to dance across out land. It's just spectacular. Yeah. So, yeah. Those are my three leg if I can only bring three lenses Espinel aggressively. Yeah. And can only bring one. But would you want that any highly? Twenty four to seventy. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think so, don't allow she's in that and use a canon body. Yeah. Yeah. All that canon in just because that's what I've been using for couple of decades. So it's a dive got muscle memory built in with that you to learn something new. And they make great stuff when I'm shooting video I typically use Panasonic though the H five, and it's beautiful with an external monitor. And I don't wanna get too nerdy on that. But is that what were you saying, the adult little guy? Yeah. And the rocks. Really get one that was attached to the gamble gamble on young in little Corey. Corey's Beth now. Putty, what you want to tag out. I'll, I'll run the give. I've got it. Exactly. Do you. But. Doing great. Glass of wine. Everyone. Some money. Yeah. Yup. So, yeah, I would say that would be that's it for my for my for my camera kit. I would say I like to kind of streamline it, I think, for this one, I brought like a macro lens as well just to get some funding. Tell staff, but who's a four lens kit. Plus couple native lenses for the Panasonic tripod fluid. Hey, look, let friend and photo. All right. That's a that's a pretty late one that was like I've got like you'd get. So that's a super ultra life. It's not the guy could do photo and video is pretty well. And a drone and John. Yeah, little maverick, two phantoms pretty vague. I need to bring legal pelican case for that Statham to the Matt are Matvey to size of analogy bottle. You bring one less lands and bring that and just up your production value like a mind blowing. Yes, he had to be careful though. Speaking to people out there listening that you're allowed to run drowns legally in the places that you go out soft, right? Like we could hear it was not a problem. But in southern Patagonia, it's a problem. You've gotta get hermit like commercial riding. No. It's like a big deal. Yes. So they're really important. Don't run drowns illegally people. Yeah. Yeah. You were you were. Yeah. Back home FA. Check it out. No fly zones was funny, part, the national park that we want to send no drums zone. That's share we at the gate, the waterfalls mouse, the whole time on this beautiful shot. I wonder if it's because of the volcanoes or maybe they just don't want Dr Vince, you still wanna ruin people's experience. I'll be honest guys guilty having a drone. And unlike gonna make it quick. I'm gonna be very deliberate about my shot. Yeah. And I'm going to get it and I'm gonna put it away. And that's it. And if there's people around, like, for example, I do a lot of climbing photography and video and filmmaking like all walk, if we're shooting at crag or like an alpine area where there's a lot of lot of climbers on, like, hey guys, we're going to be running. This is everybody. Okay. He added, you know, like just say no like we're per knitted. We're ready to go the ranchers there, you know, like, we're, we're legally allowed to do this. But I think just to give people a heads up his if I'm on row. And I'm pulled through something really hard and somebody flies, a drone over my head that could be it'd be too happy, you know. So I try to be as mindful of that as poss- that's fairly good. Yeah. Yeah. Also, when it comes to photographing locals, like we made it a really big point this week to approach everyone without the camera. And say hi and ask them if it was okay to take their picture or get them on camera. Which is us you when you have a fixture, late RAF, like Rafa. Yeah. In raw sewage approachable you can't say no to Ross must know in this culture, everyone talks, which other, it's very communicative cold. Everyone's fine. The low and you just I mean. Yeah, you walk shoulder with smiles already before you even start talking. So here we actually think. There were almost nearly everybody was fine with it. You can do but we really asked it's important. Very interesting is typically found dunes street photography. And I'm usually, you know, I'm a little more shy about that walking up to people, another culture insane. Can I take your photo? It's usually easier when I have the camera out, and I'm by myself, and I do that is a season, take the camera out through, like their eyes get wide. And they're like, no, no no, no on this. Yeah. But like as a solo photographer disciplined together, like a portrait or to have it out and just point. Yeah. Okay. Any language by Shah? And, and usually like okay, this as Ardy entered the scene with us part of what's up versus, like, hey, you know, taking out this giant camera, but here. Yeah, we really just like San Rafa out. We like alpha. Rafeh Sivas goofy feel them, because it's useful what's going on? And they were all okay with. Yeah. Everybody was full of. Yeah. It done like a said, so much of what we film was really just getting this personal stories these little mini yet, s- of these people that it wouldn't have been the same. If we didn't film, the people of Patagonia, really. No. Yeah. The locals in their element doing our thing, they're saying with their real smiles and curiosity on the leading out the window on all my gosh. Yeah. That was cool. We when we were in on Sheila when we were in Castro. There was a. Is actually right across the street from our hotel. There was a just a woman's house. And she was like this cute old woman standing in this window, just all smiles waving with low his end blowing kisses. It was like enough to like make you tear was so special. So you. Release like you can try explain things like this to people. But when you're there in that women's blowing those kisses to you, like how does that make you feel? That's totally different than hearing a story. You know, it's like, man, I have not even spoken with this woman ever. She just showed up at the window were standing out here on the street with cameras. What the heck does she think of us, and she's blowing kisses like huts you so. I really I, I'm so excited to see this edit comes together. Nearly hope we could do this place Justice. But hopefully give people a little taste of what it's about. And what sustainable travel through the area's about. Yeah. Definitely was this place has to offer and why it's important to keep it this way and explore it. And. Spend time with the locals in. Yeah. Yeah. See it for what it really is. It's a totally different side of Patagonia, and that was or you beforehand is mentioned, a couple of you guys mentioned that you are thinking about this before, is like, you know, you're going to Patagonia. But you're no you know, you're not laying Guinness. See, you know, the big impressive, like Patagonia, not coming down here to climb out on routes a buddies. I'm here to yet diving to culture and I haven't seen a mountain yet. Really? We've seen the volcano from far from afar. Clear day. Oh, yeah. The beginning, they are here for here. Not there. You're so close. Now they're getting poured rings on incidents getting louder. Madonna. Really? That's okay. I know that there when I come back. Yes, it will certainly come back. Yeah. I'll skim them. Yeah. He jank the California vario you're coming back through. Yeah. Tradition. Yeah. But keeps working for me being here begun yet how many times have you been back here now?

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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"Fans. Whoa look out. Yeah. So and, you know, you wanna make some room to bring some stuff back like bringing stuff back from my family. Yeah. You want to win a side like you know, have something that's a little bit. I left a little room. But I am probably about I carry all my photo gear on. I not trust it, even if I Pat, even if I bring it a pelican case. So like, you know that's foam. And every night, but lenses in their throat off the top of Boston, it's gonna be fine. It's happened a couple times, and everything was fine. Your heart just stops goes. You'd open it. And usually, the drivers, like, whatever I don't care money about. So we. Yeah. I was able to get like about forty pounds of, of lenses in a couple of camera. Bodies and Mike kit and all that stuff. Just goes on my back. It's carry on size. And I know everything gets lost. Still have that I could do like a running gun production in still come back with the product because all you need to buy his clothes on your clothes so you check on your next. Check Lou everything. And you just carry your camera gear Gaston. And, you know, like the bigger cameras year, like maybe some external monitors and stuff like that. That's heavy, bulky all output in the duffel of just pack stuff around it, and everything is socially everything's in case in case yet. So I'll get specific cases for that product. And then with that in, and then I'll usually pack clothing around that, just as a little extra extra buffer in tossed out in the duffel. But this trip I brought a Osprey camera forty to actually ski pack. And a modified, it sou- it takes just a standard foam insert that I can put in there. And yes ski packets nowhere back, but it works great as a camera back. That's really interesting to me, a Pacak may major Pang major pack hat, and he has it open because that's the way you throw it down on the front of a down and you unzip the back panel of it, and it gives you access to the entire your entire kit, sorta not to give them like a standard camera bag, like big backpack style camera bag would be. So when you're on location you just sat down in you. You have your entire kit. Edgar disposals release to get into zipper supreme bomber carries rule. Well, it's water resistant with the rain, cover definitely helps in these conditions. We have about a guy. So these sure to put a rain over on it. But yes, so far man, I've had the same one for five years now is still going strong. Wow. Yeah. But okay. So it's not. So you take the ski pack but then what do you put inside to make it work for Pataki because it's not just like throwing everything. Yeah. You could get tubes. Essentially, you kinda you could find them online, and it would just measure out the insides of the of the pack and make sure that the cube fits which you wanna to modular foam, Sonia, pro ya'll. Standard hammer bag looked. And then you could just move it around based upon your lend size or whatever else kit works. Really, really? Well, you could even put a smaller Cuban there. If you want more room for personal gear like jackets, in whatever else you have already got. Yeah. It's like it's like do help bring one less lens of bringing jacket in war, or one more lens. Protect myself or my camera. Yeah. Yes, you. You know, it's how much are you willing to suffer for your art? Yeah. So that thing it's been great, although I will say, Osprey kind of spoiled me maybe Esten camera bag t- that I use. It's a little bit smaller. It's so cool. But it's it's on a similar. It's very similar design is to slightly wider open. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. But we can never have enough FX Micah next journey voters of my garage. I've got a problem. Hey, you worked for come. Let's excuse. That I can't help you. Okay. And then, so yet anything else with the packs, the cell, Josh woman, that that's like, I think that's like your typical rigs for traveling. If

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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"Sotogrande fees slash Shah video project for Osprey, and my boss. Vince is like, hey, call Jackie with Luther into this project because she's the she's the right person for this. And we got on the phone with the rest of the production crew. Relax Jackie, you could go anywhere in the world. For to shoot. Cool little stories and get really deep into a culture and really kinda like pick apart. Little nuances of a really interesting place your leg. Oh man Chile. Yeah, that's it. And sold us on it in about a minute. Real excited than we bought tickets. Yeah that's the nutshell of it at now. And, you know, I actually I haven't talked about Chile on this podcast, all really at all or even on my blogs at all. I when, you know, when people think about Patagonia, they think big mountains, glaciers spires, climbing hiking checking all those things it is more. I think more rare less often that they think of Chile that people even have been deteriorated that they know that there is a part of Patagonia, that is so steeped in tradition where the people are so connected to their ancestry, and really, really disconnected to pretty much everything else, Chile is a is a archipelago of actually, I don't know how many islands loss law lots of island laws, but the big island which we refer to as Chile is actually called east Legat on dates like the big. The island of the Chile archipelago, but it's just south of the mainland here in fort Dorados. It's only like it's probably half hour drive in the half hour ferry to get to, to from here. And yeah. The reason that I wanted to take you guys there is because what you wanted was was a cultural story. Yeah. And something that I could introduce to you, which to me said something that I know that I would like to introduce you to, you know, and Chile really stood out to meet for that, because you are seeking food. Food and culture and remote sort of off the beaten path travel experience and I think that you really can encompasses dot idea. Plus, I knew that once we arrived, there would be surprises. I told you this like, we can set up these things that we can do N beyond that things are gonna happen, every single day will anytime you tell stories about those moments between the moments you plan, you don't want to overplay it. You still want life to kind of happen around which doing the chase these little stories and find people that you just encounter on the road. Yeah. I think creating space for those. Things to happen to you is part of travel. Yeah. Which is challenging to do when you're on a production. Yeah. It's not like he just have like forty liter thirty liter backpack and you hop on the trail and just like wherever the wind takes you. Go raise like role. No were hauling a lot of gear got to create something, and something that you chase down may very well be a dead end yet down here. It doesn't seem like. All really was amazing. Yeah. Or a comedian introduction, or a segue to something else. Like our first day our first full day down here we decided we were going to go to this bay to try and shoot sunrise, and it was like one of those kind of want wa sunrise because it was just great. So we didn't really have a sunrise. But when we got to that bay, we noticed some people got away out. Oh, we noticed some people way, way out in the low low tides. They were way out there. And we were on shore, I suppose you could say they were way out in the in the muck in the sand and they were harvesting seaweed, and we could see them through our telescope where literally looking through a telescope because there are so far away to see them. And we decided to go talk to these people. And so you guys were like how do we get a camera out there? Let's figure this out in so we, we sent our local guide Rafeh, who is he is actually the my partner that I work with on my group trips. When I when at, like the northern Patagonia trip that I did a couple years ago Rafeh was my tour operator partner, down there in he helped us out with this trip to it's he went trudging out there to talk to these guys to ask, if we could have them on camera, if we could talk to them. And meanwhile. We're trying to figure out how to make our way through the muck and before I knew it. I'm asking the one of the guys, one of the workers if I could hitch a ride on his ox, cart to get out to the place where they were a meanwhile, courier visting young is the guy that I'm shooting those with an iron, maybe a quarter mile from you find a way across all of our production equipment, and we just rolled up pant legs went we're like Jackie hitched a rod on an Oscar, no early up your knees in mud just trying to get his staff to capture that moment as Alexandra cool mccleary real. But the long leads on your date. Yeah. Exactly the kind of thing like, we did not plan for that, but that happened and it was a great moment. We had a couple of hours that were dedicated to muck like trek trudging through the low tide. To get to this place to talk to these people about what they were doing with this seaweed that they were harvesting stove is so cool. He was so happy to have is to just like, wow. Yaser interested in what we're doing. Yeah. That's probably a first for them. Yes, I'm sure I got to pull seaweed which was a first for me. Yeah. And so okay with that in mind. What was your now that we're done? Now that we're back or wrapped back on the mainland haw. What did you think of? Tula. Wow. That's a big question. You know, probably have to go back to my first impression of it. When we landed just we hit the ground running like we were just like it's from a siege. We got on the ferry started shooting. Yeah. And you know, we, we've got her bullet point of the story, like we spoke about that. We're doesn't need to hit that. Also try and find all these other stories. And what stood out to me was that nothing truly stood out in, like a crazy punchy in the gut stood away? Everything was subtle and beautiful and nuance. And it was about the smiles, everybody was just so welcoming in the food was among ago. Yeah, you're living a couple episodes of chefs stable and every restaurant goes, just the amount of pride that the take in their presentation in the flavors and how complex it is impairing. With the wise nearly, I've never been on leg-up proper food toward before a few lake route totally unlike amazing food did. I know it's funny, then we'd go ahead nagging at yeah, exactly like, let youthful sunsets, and gosh. And we, we were talking a little bit about like trying to find familiarity when travel regularly. Oh, this place reminds me this, this reminds me of this. This place reminds me of so many places yet. None at the same time I love that. Yeah. It's like, wow, does that play a Wii or is that Tuscany? I do. Sara, big yak is he's trees are huge. And the ocean has powerful in these waves are huge in. People are surfing, late my God. It's there isn't a lot here. But everything that's here is quality in. It's just enough of it. That makes them. It's totally does. And it's intentional as well. You're not seeing is by accident. Everything is happening for reason down here. Like every even we've been talking about the design of the interior of these places like everything is super intentional. Like there's not a lot. But what there is matters? It plays a role, same with down to every last ingredient of every meal that we've eaten the sweet. Yeah. Down to the garnish. Yeah. So this, we made a film, basically, we were shooting a film, which is meant to be kind of travel. Inspiration like real real travel stories connection that is brought to you by Osprey centrally. When can we expect that to come on C, it's technically this tied into a product launch, so there are some calendars, so you have to kinda like secret in their secret secret guys? There are some new packs coming out this fall, you're going to be really go along. Need a lot of new product every like six months, or so? But like this one is like. I can't really talk about it yet, but it's really goal. You guys dig it you'll know any hits the market share. You'll you'll be if you're following me. You'll be one of the first snow, you'll see it through dolomite Instagram. They'll sit at traveling Jackie. Yeah. And I'll share the video to of course when it comes out. Yeah. On, gosh. We're, we're going to have to rethink about the video because we could not stop rolling the whole time we got so much so much replanning five seven minute piece just big with my so loved into asset. Very excited narrow lots of photos to lead says still images. Yeah. Yeah, I've got a lot of gigs to sort when I. Studio. Yeah. So moving on from the whole kind of production because you are a traveling photographer filmmaker in that I know that a lot of people out there are going to be able to relate to carrying equipment up, and one of my favorite things to talk about is packing. Oh, good. So there's an art to it. Yeah there's definitely an art to it. And you when you travel when you take these trips, you're gone for, like, what would you say two or three weeks time usually on the holiday going on these melons for sure? Hersher end you have to be prepared with all of your but then you also have to pack for. Close Young's, like so how do you do it? And what kind of packs, do you bring in? How do you organize them and out as a photographer? What are what are your top tip packing tips for photographers out there, where do I start? So I rely on duffle enrolling devils primarily, and that's what I use for an I won't make this a plug someone get too much into specifics, but rolling devils great rolling around the unlocks lots really awesome to have a wider protect like quality yet. Like I could throw this on the top of the chicken bus when the rain and messed up skin state-drawn. What's your favorite rolling devil transporter ruling transporter? This is an ashtray doubts in us called a transporter will in a different size in Evans new volumes. And the thing is tough as nails and it's relatively lightweight. Considering how big the thing is, is big enough for me to bring a good sized tripod like a good sized carbon-fiber tripod in there, without having a compromising ultralight with everything the year. Always planning, you always check right. Yeah. I have to have to go. Yeah. When media stuff like this one, I was able to get away, which is, which is. Devils, 'cause it wasn't like bring your whole climate Rague or like a dive, rig, or something where I'm like, more pelican cases and more duffel more, so yeah, it was able to kind of go relatively light. And I actually was able to get a little more comfortable with my wardrobe which was nice brought to you pairs of fans.

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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

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"dan holz" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"One of the most competitive industries in the field of photography's outdoor travel adventure, whatever you wanna call it. It's what everybody wants to do. There is a certain romance behind, what is perceived to be? But it's a lot of work. It's a lot of marketing is a lot of sales as a lot of hustle a lot building contacts, while you're improving your craft, right? If you stick with that, even when you just want to give up you'll succeed. Welcome to jump podcast, formerly known as a budget minded traveler. I'm your host traveling Jackie and I'm here to explore travel adventure and lifestyle in ways meant to motivate, you to move and get out and see the world. Let this show via source of travel advice and inspiration. But remember in the end, it's you who takes the leap. La how is everybody but a low scale, and you'll kimchi lie and also the Gillette and Puerto Varas the union simpler. I just said that I am here in Chile actually, in the south of Chilean port the WADA's where it is just raining. Nonstop. So if you hear a sort of static in the background, it's actually the rain pouring down outside our hotel and today, I am interrupting our regular programming to bring you a behind the scenes show from the road. I know that we're in the middle of a hiking and trekking series. But I happened to be traveling in Patagonia for a special project with Osprey packs, and I thought it would be fun to record an episode. Live from here with one of my travel mates for the week specifically, I am here on a film and photo shoot which you're going to find out more about a little bit in this episode and a lot later on this year. When the final project, actually. Launches. But we've just spent about ten days, filming shooting and exploring down here in northern Chilean Patagonia. And before we close this moment, I wanted to kind of just capture it for me for you for the reason that we're here. So that's what we're doing today. My guest, whom you'll meet in a minute is Dan Holz. He's the photo video manager at Osprey. And so this episode is going to cover sort of two topics. We're gonna talk a little bit about where we are and why we're here and what we've been doing and what's coming out of this project. And then, also we get to hear about Dan's travel, photography hacks, and packing tips as well. He's been out this for over fifteen years. So he's got more than a few tricks up his sleeve to share with travel photographers or aspiring Chabot photographers out there. This episode is brought to you by escape camper vans. These guys are the largest camper van rental company in North America. They have over six hundred vans in twelve depot stations across the country, which. Gives you the option of around trip or a one way, rental allowing you to do an epic point point road trip. Think about these for hitting a festival and needing a place to sleep or picking one up for a weekend trip or perhaps taking it on a camping road trip where you'd rather not sleep on the ground there, all equipped with Queen size beds kitchens with sinks stoves fridges, and they offer betting and kitchen supply kits to rent so you don't have to pack that gear yourself and since their vans. They get better gas mileage, and are far less cumbersome than big RV's rental start at just thirty seven dollars a day in the low season and it gets better because they're offering us a ten percent. Discount. So go to escape. Camper vans dot com slash jump and enter promo code jump ten to get your discount, and then come find me on Instagram and tell me where you're taking your van I'd love to hear about your adventures. All right back to Patagonia. We go. I'm sitting in my hotel right now in port the vodkas in, in Patagonia, Chilean Patagonia, and I am accompanied by Dan, Holtz, who is the photography manager. What is your title photo video manager Huddah video manager for us spray packs, which will be a familiar name for you guys? And like I mentioned that one point I as heading down to Patagonia, to do some work with Osprey packs as an official embassador for them, which is pretty exciting and so down, and I decided to jump on an recorded show, your while we're sitting here Patagonia. Yeah. It's actually pouring rain outside on guys can hear that. But so he figured this is a really good time. And actually dams about to hop on a flight in like an hour. Head into the airports. So our troop, your is wrapping up. But while I have him I just wanted to jump on kind of chat about what we've been doing here and what Dan's impression of Chilean Patagonia is of what you've seen so far. So anyway, welcome to my show the. It's cool to have you here. We've been travelling together for almost two weeks. So to hear that. Maybe it's a scenario. Makes. No, we're on. We're in the lake district here. Don't think we can be affected by volcanoes that. It's just the volcanoes erupting around the yes. Yeah. So we're in Nevada, which is the northern edge of Chilean Patagonia, which also happens to be the southern edge of where the where the road, pretty much stops on the PanAmerican highway on the Chilean side. So from here, south, you pretty much have to get on a ferry to go anywhere in this is where this is where I started my road trip, a couple of like a year and a half ago when I wrote trips down the gutter that house thrall with Ford, which you guys have also heard about several episodes back. So I keep finding myself back here, which I love. That's why we're here. Now, actually says something about the guests. I know we're sure so why are we here? What have we been doing ally? Let you explain that. Well, okay. Strom thrones the questions. Yes. Heart hard question will I just it was maybe about a month ago? We were planning to do a travel Sotogrande

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