If you work in a studio, it is not a big deal to have a lot of heavy gear, but if you are someone like a landscape photographer who is often hiking miles and miles with a bag of gear, every little ounce makes a big difference. This great video shows how one photographer majorly trimmed his bag while still carrying everything he needs to create.
Coming to you from Gordon Laing, this awesome video will show you how he cut back on the gear he has to carry with him without sacrificing any of his creative capabilities. As you will see, one of the centerpieces of Laing's setup is the Sony RX100 VII, a compact camera with a 1-inch sensor. I had the original version of this camera for several years, and it was absolutely fantastic, offering an impressively capable sensor and lens, all packed in a very small body that easily fit into my jeans pocket. Sony has only improved on the camera in subsequent iterations, and the latest model is particularly useful, offering a ton of reach, making it especially suitable for landscape photographers. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Laing.