Taking Photos in the Chacosphere: Tips from our ChacoPro, Andrew Maguire

As Chaconians, we all love being outside and looking for that next great adventure. Whether it's biking through the streets of a bustling city, paddling white water or hiking thin ribbons of trail at 13,000 feet. At Chaco we think it is important for us to remember and document these adventures. Modern technology has made capturing these moments quite accessible and affordable with smaller tools like the iPhone and GoPro that you can easily throw in your pocket or pack and access while on a long trek. If you’re like me, and desire a higher quality photo and don't mind the extra weight...the DSLR camera is the way to go. No matter what camera you have on you, it’s important to capture the elements and surroundings of each adventure in the Chacosphere so we can revisit and share our experiences for years to come. Here are four quick ChacoPro tips that will ensure you get some sick photos on your next adventure!


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