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My Sony A6300 Setup

My Sony A6300 Setup

My Sony A6300 Setup

The first time I took my Sony A6300 on a trip was to Iceland and boy was it a great decision. I had purchased a wide angle lens with the camera and it came in handy for those amazing landscape shots that you can find in every inch of Iceland. I only wish that I had all the other accessories that I use now.

I’ve been through several different accessories and I’m always finding new gadgets and add-ons that make travel blogging and photography easier as well as more professional. Here are my favorite accessories for my Sony A6300.

Sony 10-18mm wide Angle Lens

This lens is by far my favorite. It is perfect for those expansive landascapes. It widens the shot for those weird and ridiculous videos that we all do. I mean, that’s not just me right? It is ideal for blogging by being able to get a wider shot when you are holding the camera an arms length from your body. I usually have this lens on my camera when I’m shooting.

SMALL RIG

The SmallRig was a whole new world for me. It is a case that fits around your entire camera and allows you to create a customized setup. I usually carrry a lot of accessories and this was just what I needed. It allowed me to add on everything that I needed and kept my setup as compact as possible. This is a must have in my opinion.

Rode Videomicro

This microphone is compact, lightweight, and gets the job done for video blogging. I love the fact that it is super small as I like to keep my rig as compact as possible. I also highly reccomend the deadcat windscreen with it as it makes a huge difference in the audio. For a higher end mic you can go for the videomic pro.

Litra Torch 2.0

For those haunted houses, bat caves, secret tunnels, creepy woods, underground cities, and maybe just a normal dark night you need this guy. The Litra Torch is bright, waterproof, and the back is magnetic. That’s right, you can stick it to any piece of metal to help light your shot. Or just buy the mounts below to attach it to your SmallRig.

SmallRig Cold Shoe Mount

These are extra cold shoe mounts to add any accessory that you need to your rig. They come in a pack of two and I use at least one at all times. Keep in mind that the SmallRig comes with a built in cold shoe and the handle has another one, so you may not need extras of these if you only have two accessories.

SmallRig Hot Shoe Mount

These are what attach the piece of equipment to the cold shoe on the rig. Especially good to have if you carry a lot of accessories. 

SmallRig External Power Bank Bracket

Let’s face it, the batteries in the Sony A6300 are not the greatest, especially if you are shooting video or taking a timelapse. For a day of exploring and shooting you need more battery power. You could buy extra batteries, but I prefer a power bank. They not only keep your camera going, but if you get a power bank like the one below, it can charge your camera battery and an additional item at the same time. This bracket will allow you to carry one on your rig.

Anker 2-Port Power Bank

I’ve been using Anker pretty much since the begining of my Sony A6300 shooting days. I’ve never had an issue with any of there products except that they tend to lose some power over the years, but they are cheap enough to replace every 5 years or so and the capacities keep getting better. I currently use a 2 port to charge the camera along with the monitor below.

Feelworld 4k Monitor

I was never big on using a monitor because it just added too much to a camera setup. It made things big and bulky and really unmanegable for me when I was on adventures. Enter the SmallRig! When I got the SmallRig I realized that a monitor was not only a possiblility, but I could still keep the entire setup very compact. The Feelworld monitor was the cheapest and it’s done great for me. The image is crisp and clear and the sun visor helps on a bright day.

Hotshoe Monitor Mount

I use this hotshoe extended mount for my Feelworld monitor. I also place it on the top cold shoe of the SmallRig handle. That way it sits a little taller and is easier to view the picture.

Usb to 3.5mm Jack

I bought this to attach the power bank to the external monitor on my rig. This keeps me from worrying about battery life.

Micro HDMI to HDMI Cable

You’ll need this cable to attach the Feelworld monitor to the Sony A6300 camera.

GorillaPod

The Joby GorillaPod is perfect for video blogging. You can use the legs as a handle while Vlogging selfie style. You can use it as a table top tripod at the restaurant or bar. You can attach it to a tree, pole, fence or anything that will hold the camera’s weight as the legs are super flexible. Another plus is that the GorillaPod will screw directly into the SmallRig.

Quick Release Plate

In order to quickly move the camera on and off of a larger ground tripod I attach the Manfrotto quick release plate to my rig and I am ready for hand held or steady tripod shots anytime.

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Tracking the Northern Lights in Iceland

Tracking the Northern Lights in Iceland

Tracking the Northern Lights in Iceland

We’ve all seen the photos online, those streaking colorful lights in the sky. The Instagram pictures that look ridiculously photoshopped. A dark night sky and stars being lit up by hues that can’t even be described. The Aurora Borealis is one of the great wonders of our solar system and they are gorgeous.

I just stood there, eyes wide, mouth agape. It was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen.

One of the reasons why I picked late September to travel to Iceland was because I would have a chance to see the Northern Lights. It’s never a guarantee and I wasn’t going to be there at the best time to see them, of course that didn’t mean I wasn’t going to try.

I was driving the around the country for 8 days. Click here for my 8 Day Ring Road Itinerary post. The first 3 days it was overcast and dumping tons of rain so there was no chance at all. The sun decided to peak out on day 4 and the next couple of days were looking promising. I downloaded a Northern Lights tracking app when I found some wifi and decided that the following day was my best shot. You see, you can’t just look up and there they are. You have to chase them down. They can be seen more clearly in dark places away from towns and cities.

The next night I camped in Dalvik which is where my app said the Aurora Borealis would be the strongest. I set up a little table with all the essentials. You know, things like coffee and whisky to keep me warm in the 40 degree weather. I had been hiking and exploring for about 14 hours that day, but I was staying up for as long as it took.

At around 11pm I began to see some very faint grey streaks in the sky. I wasn’t sure if these were just clouds or if I was imagining them by looking at the sky for so long. The streaks continued to get more prominent until they were colors dancing around the sky. I just stood there, eyes wide, mouth agape. It was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. Finally, I turned on the camera and started recording.

The following night I drove down a long dirt path to an even more remote location and saw the Northern Lights for a second time. I also got my camper van stuck in the mud and had to get towed out by a local.

If you’re headed to Iceland, make sure you hunt for some Northern Lights. It is an experience you will never forget.​

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White Water Rafting In Interlaken, Switzerland

White Water Rafting In Interlaken, Switzerland

White Water Rafting In Interlaken, Switzerland

It was our first full day in Interlaken and the only thing we had booked so far was Canyoning which we were doing tomorrow. We had no plans to go white water rafting as the the days adventure was going to be Hang gliding! Elsa and I had grabbed a cup of coffee after a nice early morning run. On our way back we stopped by the Outdoor Interlaken office, which was conveniently a block from our apartment. That’s where our plans began to change.

We saw a pamphlet for white water rafting and decided to bring it back to see if anyone was interested. Eliseo and our friend Laryn were both in so we got ready for the day and headed down to see if we could fit it into the schedule.

It was 9:20AM when we re-entered Outdoor Interlaken. We bought our Hang gliding tickets and inquired about White water rafting. The hang gliding was at 2PM and we were figuring out what we could do in the meantime. That’s when we were told that the rafting trip left in 10 minutes. We all looked at each other with widened eyes. Are we going to do this? Hell yes we are! Could we actually make it in time? We sure as hell were going to try! I told the host we would have to run down the block to grab our things. With only a few minutes, we were off to the races!

After changing into swimsuits and tossing a bunch of junk in a backpack, we booked it back with time to spare. We signed our waivers and set out on the beginning of our Interlaken adventures!

We practiced a little on land in the raft, but quickly got into the water and started our trip on the river. This was my first time rafting and I couldn’t have found a better place to do it. There is a reason why Interlaken is the adventure capitol of the world. We got some fun pics on the water, until things got a little more intense.

The rapids were rough and at a pretty high point for this time of year, but we handled them well with the help of our guide Allen, who was super cool and a great teacher. It was a great workout and so much fun knowing that you are taking on a raging river.

We had a safety guide along as well, Julian, in a kayak in case anyone went overboard and got swallowed in the current. However, we didn’t need Julian when they made us jump out of the raft into the rapids because they made us rescue each other. That was pretty fun.

Some pictures were taken by their photographer, Andy, who was on land on a motorbike snapping some great shots. This team from Outdoor Interlaken was super experienced, fun and laid back which made the trip even more amazing.

You can’t go rafting without being a team and trusting each other. Your rowing has to be in sync or you could easily end up on a rock or tipped over. Allen did a great job in directing us and keeping us together. Everytime we passed a rough patch of river we would touch our oars together in celebration.

The river ended up flowing into lake Brienz where we had a dip in the ice cold water before heading back to Outdoor Interlaken to shower and change. This was truly an amazing experience and a lot of that had to do with the really amazing people at Outdoor Interlaken.

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Beyond The Streets Art Exhibition in Los Angeles

Beyond The Streets Art Exhibition in Los Angeles

Beyond The Streets Art Exhibition in Los Angeles

I’ve never been big into the graffiti and street art scene, but the Beyond The Streets exhibition was pretty awesome and informative. I really enjoyed some of the crazy and unusual pieces that were on display.

I had no idea that there were art exhibits like this, but once I heard about it and since I’m always up for an adventure discovering new things around Los Angeles, of course I was in.

Beyond the Streets has 40,000+ square feet of art.

I learned about so many new artists like Swoon, Slick, and Huskmitnavn whose three-dimensional drawings are super cool by the way.

I learned that some street and graffiti artists have almost become mainstream. This doesn’t surprise as some of the pieces were so amazing and really got you thinking.

Take this cut in half police car for instance. How the hell did they do that?

Or the Cosmic Cavern where everything glows.

Or this room which is made entirely out of cardboard!

The place was huge and we were in there for a couple of hours. Beyond The Streets has 40,000+ square feet of art. You would turn a corner and there was another giant room full of pieces.

Tickets are $25 and the exhibition goes through July 6th. I highly recommend it to everyone, even if you initially have no interest in street art at all. It might change your perspective.

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Chasing Glaciers Through The Land of Fire and Ice

Chasing Glaciers Through The Land of Fire and Ice

Chasing Glaciers Through The Land of Fire and Ice

The sign gave me two options, take the trail back to where I started or hike a second path which would add a few hours in this everlasting torrential downpour. I debated for a minute, but the decision was easy. I was in the land of fire and Ice for the first time. Without hesitation, I started for Sjonarnipa viewpoint and a birdseye view of of Vatnajokull, Iceland’s largest glacier.

More hiking didn’t sound great, but I was dry inside my rain gear, my five layers were keeping me warm, and I was looking forward to the view of the glacier. As the rain powered down and I continued up the narrow trail, I noticed the terrain getting steeper. It wasn’t long before I was walking through a small stream of rapidly flowing water. That’s when I started to feel my socks dampen. The water had made it into my waterproof boots. It’s a miracle it took this long as the rain was pouring down at a rate I didn’t know was possible. Then, a few minutes later, things got real bad.

All my waterproof gear began to fail. My gloves were soaked, fingers freezing. My pants stuck to my legs, underwear wet. My waterproof jacket was drenched, the four layers underneath damp. I was so cold I began to shiver. The rain, wind, and cold were not going to let up. I had a decision to make, turn back and get down the trail fast or test my endurance and power through. I hadn’t seen a soul. No one was crazy enough to hike in this weather. Why was I? Was this a horrible decision? There was only one way to find out. I continued on to finish what I started.

I had no idea how much further. Each sloshing step felt like I was wearing weights. I wanted to declare defeat, but what would I do? Wait for help? It may never come. Besides, in Iceland there are no trees, which meant no cover from the elements. I tried not to focus on the fact that I was probably becoming hypothermic. Instead, I kept telling myself no pain no gain. I knew that if I gave up I would regret it, so I kept on.

Finally, some time later, there it was through the cloudy grey sky, a massive white glacier tongue wedged between two mountains. At the base was a body of water with broken icebergs dancing atop. The view was absolutely breathtaking. I took it in for several minutes, relishing my win. The bitter cold and never-ending rain didn’t matter anymore. I felt rejuvenated. I felt alive. I was the only person viewing this site, at this moment, in these elements. It was something I would never forget.

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I’m Jesse and I started traveling the world in 2014. All it took was a trip to Mexico with a couple of friends and I was hooked. Ever since, I’ve been wandering the globe in search of adventure. Whether you need some advice on a short vacation from work or you’re wondering if you want to start traveling like a nomad stick around. These stories, pictures, and videos will inspire you to find adventure.

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New Orleans Haunted Pub Crawl

New Orleans Haunted Pub Crawl

New Orleans Haunted Pub Crawl

When I think of New Orleans two things that instantly pop into my head are the Supernatural and drinking on Bourbon street. Therefore, it is fitting that Haunted History Tours offers a haunted pub crawl. I did the crawl and it did not disappoint.

Some good friends joined me on this trip as we took over New Orleans for Halloween weekend. We wanted food, drinks, tours, and to capture the culture and supernatural vibe of this wonderful city. We ended up taking 3 tours total and this one was a spur of the moment addition. The tour was $20 per person and we paid, without a reservation, at the meeting spot which was at Reverend Zombie’s House of Voodoo.

After checking out Reverend Zombie’s and a few other souvenir shops, we headed outside to meet our tour guide, Doug. He was sporting a top hat and some dark priest robes that added to the theme of the night.

The first stop was Cornet Restaurant, close to the famous Bourbon Street. Doug took us to a private room in the back and told stories of the resident ghosts. The manager came in and let us know of their signature infused drinks and we were off to the bar. Doug encouraged us to take pictures while we were served, as we might catch an apparition on camera.

Next stop was Bar Moncher which was a completely different vibe. It was darker, more gothic, and almost an underground type place as it was off of the main drag. I especially liked the life size coffin you could take pictures in. The drinks were cheap and strong at the full bar. They have cherries that are soaked in alcohol for a couple bucks, which are awesome. Also, be sure to try their signature Blue Hawaiian drink. This bar is right across the street from the Herman-Grimma house that was used to film scenes from American Horror Story.

NOTE: Bar Moncher is now The Starlight.

The final stop on the crawl was The Dungeon, revered for late night hours and gritty rock and roll. It’s a bar that you might not find if you didn’t know about it. You start by walking down a narrow alley that opens up into a courtyard and finally into a small, dimly-lit bar. The vibe is dark and macabre and the decor is very skeleton-halloween. I absolutely loved this place and the fact that it doesn’t even open until 10:30pm. With drinks like Dragon’s Blood, Witches Brew, and Midnight Potion, you can’t go wrong here.

Our guide, Doug, was knowledgable about all the ghost stories at each location and around New Orleans in general. He was fun and interesting and kept the entire tour on track, no matter how much we drank. Ultimately, this tour is a blast and you get to try some great drinks which is a unique part of the New Orleans experience.

Keep in mind, the bars along this tour may vary as each guide has their own tour route and time schedule.

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I’m Jesse and I started traveling the world in 2014. All it took was a trip to Mexico with a couple of friends and I was hooked. Ever since, I’ve been wandering the globe in search of adventure. Whether you need some advice on a short vacation from work or you’re wondering if you want to start traveling like a nomad stick around. These stories, pictures, and videos will inspire you to find adventure.

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6 Amazing Italy Pictures

6 Amazing Italy Pictures

6 Amazing Italy Pictures

These 6 Italy pictures will make you jump on a plane to explore the birthplace of Western culture.

With ancient traditions, beautiful architecture, delicious food and artistic treasures Italy is not to be missed. A vast country where one trip is not nearly enough to experience all of its beauty.

The Forum

Manarola – Cinque Terre

Rome’s Rivers Fountain

The Colosseum

Victor Emmanuel II monument

Venice

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Amsterdam Canal Cruise

Amsterdam Canal Cruise

Amsterdam Canal Cruise

Visiting Amsterdam is not complete without a canal cruise. After all, the sights of the beautiful city and its magnificent architecture are best viewed by boat. There are several different companies that offer you an array of various tours such as, a daytime tour, a night tour, a short tour, a long tour, a party tour, an open boat tour and plenty more. You really can’t go wrong as you will get the best views of the city from any boat on the water.

Our group decided that we wanted a smaller, more intimate boat to have more to ourselves. We had noticed some 10-12 person boats cruising down the channel and decided to aim for one of those. There were six of us and that meant that we would get at least half of the boat to ourselves, but we were worried about the wait.

We waited in line for Friendship Amsterdam which turned out to be an amazing choice. The line wasn’t very long, but we did wait a couple of boats before boarding. I asked for the smaller boat, Curacao, which had a table in the center with some snacks and alcohol. The only thing better than an Amsterdam canal tour is one with alcohol. We were joined by another group of six who were just as excited as us to be on the small intimate tour.

Laura and Carl were our guides and they did an amazing job. They talked about the history of the city and the architecture of the buildings we were passing along the way. Laura poured whatever drinks we wanted and kept them coming when our glass was low. Carl captained the boat and the girls were swooning over him. Both of them were funny and easygoing which made the experience light and enjoyable. Captain Carl even let a couple of the girls in our group drive the boat for a bit. Don’t worry, we all made it out alive.

Amsterdam by canal tour is a must when you visit this popular dutch city. There are amazing views around every turn and you will get a true feel of just how special this city is. I recommend Friendship Amsterdamas they made our experience an unforgettable one.

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Welcome to Jesse Takes The World, a travel blog geared towards the fun, exploring, adventurous traveler.

I’m Jesse and I started traveling the world in 2014. All it took was a trip to Mexico with a couple of friends and I was hooked. Ever since, I’ve been wandering the globe in search of adventure. Whether you need some advice on a short vacation from work or you’re wondering if you want to start traveling like a nomad stick around. These stories, pictures, and videos will inspire you to find adventure.

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Johnny Dapping In Amsterdam & Switzerland

Johnny Dapping In Amsterdam & Switzerland

Johnny Dapping In Amsterdam & Switzerland

During our trip to Amsterdam and Switzerland we discovered a song that was titled “Johnny Dapp” and it was quite the hit. The crowd was fist pumping and singing along when the song came on in a club. Everyone seemed to be having an awesome time and the song was catchy. So we decided to make a fun video and do some fist pumping or what we call “Johnny Dapping” throughout our trip.

I think we might have started a new dance craze! Check out the video below.

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Gear For Iceland

Gear For Iceland

Gear For Iceland

Iceland is a country where the weather can change in the drop of a hat and it can change several times in a day. One minute it can be sunny and clear and the next minute hailing with strong winds. There are some essentials that you will need to bring with you and probably some gadgets that you would prefer to pack as well. This is the list of my gear for Iceland that I brought on my 8 day trip around the land of fire and ice.

Camera/Video Equipment

Iceland is such a beautiful country that you’ll want to stop every couple of seconds to shoot a photo of an epic landscape or grab some video footage of the giant waterfall. You’ll need your camera of choice and probably extra battery power.

GoPro HERO4 BLACK

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Accessories

You can wear a camera strap and shoot photos on the go, but these accessories help to turn that cool shot into an amazing one and give you battery power that will last through the desolate landscapes and many miles of open roads.

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Computer

When you are packing gear for Iceland you could probably leave your laptop at home as there is so much to see and do in the country, but if you are like most of us you’ll want it. If you are travel blogging you’ll need it. If you edit videos and pictures I recommend a MacBook Pro.

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4-inch Laptop

LaCie 1 TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive

Storage

You’ll need somewhere to store all your gear and keep it dry from that pesky rain or hail or snow or slush. These lightweight and durable items can make things easier while on your adventure.

Mengar 35L Lightweight Water Resistant Hiking Backpack

AmazonBasics Carrying Case for GoPro

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Welcome to Jesse Takes The World, a travel blog geared towards the fun, exploring, adventurous traveler.

I’m Jesse and I started traveling the world in 2014. All it took was a trip to Mexico with a couple of friends and I was hooked. Ever since, I’ve been wandering the globe in search of adventure. Whether you need some advice on a short vacation from work or you’re wondering if you want to start traveling like a nomad stick around. These stories, pictures, and videos will inspire you to find adventure.

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