photography

Catalyst Waterproof Case

March 27, 2018

The case that allows you to do your TrailblazerGirl thing without a worry for your phone! Our friends at Catalyst have created a waterproof case that they call the most protective case in the world. We call it essential. It is waterproof up to 16.4 feet, so take it to the beach, jump in the […]

Hitcase Pro

March 15, 2018

Got an iPhone? Then there’s no need for a separate action camera, as long as you have the Hitcase Pro! You can capture quality photos and videos anywhere – snorkeling, diving, on the slopes, on the ocean, climbing, hiking, you get it, ANYWHERE! The Hitcase Pro is waterproof up to 33 feet and shockproof for […]

Lifetrons Photo Essentials Selfie Stick

May 19, 2017

For those of us that are a little selfie-challenged, there’s the Photo Essentials Selfie Stick from our friends at Lifetrons. This compact stick has a rechargeable, built-in Bluetooth shutter remote – yay, no wires! – and a comfortable, solid, non-slip grip. A folded length of just under 9 inches fits easily in your bag, and […]

Alaska: Northern Lights Ecotour with Gondwana Ecotours

September 29, 2016

Various dates in 2016 and 2017. Ever dreamed of seeing the Aurora Borealis? Then check out Gondwana Ecotours Northern Lights Ecotour in Alaska. This 6-day adventure is limited to 12 lucky guests who will experience local culture and amazing natural beauty. Highlights include: dogsledding; curling lessons; a visit to Chena Hot Springs; entry to Running Reindeer Ranch and the […]

olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens

April 29, 2016

Do you have a phone? Of course you do! Do you take pictures with it? Of course you do! Then you need the olloclip 4-in-1 Photo Lens! The compact mobile lens system (available for iPhone and Android) includes a wide angle and fisheye lens, which can be easily converted into 10X and 15X macro lenses […]

RACEDAY Binder

March 9, 2016

Organize your memories. With the RACEDAY Binder, you can proudly record your race stats, store you bib numbers, and preserve other memorabilia from your big day. This vertical flip book is available in 2 sizes (15 or 25 races) and 2 colors. Supplementary inserts can be easily added to the 2 ring binder. Made by […]

Ciclismo Classico Maine Fall Foliage Photo Fantasy

September 23, 2015

Coming October 2, 2015. Happy Fall! One of the best things about fall is viewing the changing colors of the leaves, and Ciclismo Classico is offering a Maine Fall Foliage Photo Fantasy tour. Spend four day/three night exploring the area around Flagstaff Lake, the Dead River and Grand Falls via hikes and canoes with plenty […]

Kenu Stance

June 19, 2015

Do away with shaky photos and videos! Stance, from our friends at Kenu, is a mini tripod for your phone. It mounts directly into your phone’s charging port, and with the lightning cable adapter, you can charge your phone at the same time you are using Stance. No need to remove your phone from its […]

Kenu Highline

June 10, 2015

Got phone? Need Kenu! Our friends at Kenu have developed some brilliant products right up TrailblazerGirl’s alley! We are all attached to our phones, and the Highline does literally attach your phone to you so that you don’t lose it. Made out of Kevlar, it’s super strong and durable, and the leash is coiled so […]

Summer Highlights of West Greenland with Big Chill Adventures

June 10, 2015

Coming August 5, 2015. What better way to explore Greenland than with a glaciochemist and a professional photographer? The mother-daughter team of Big Chill Adventures is offering an inaugural tour – Summer Highlights of West Greenland. In this 12 day/11 night trip, you’ll explore and photograph glaciers, icebergs, hot springs, icecaps, ice sheets, and the […]

Panono Camera

August 1, 2014

A radical new way to take photographs. The soon-to-be-released Panono Camera is a ball that is slightly bigger than a softball, weighs 0.66 pounds, and is equipped with 36 tiny cameras distributed around the ball. Toss it in the air, and it senses when its at its highest point and simultaneously shoots all 36 cameras […]

Sweeney Ridge, GGNRA

May 28, 2014

And the San Francisco Bay was discovered! Thought it was by sea? Well you’d be wrong. It was from a ridge perched high above the ocean that Europeans first eyed the bay in 1769. And while the rest of the country was immersed in the war for independence, Portola’s discovery led to first Spanish settlement […]