Adventure Filmmaking Advice from Everest

May 24, 2010
Outside Magazine

Award-winning director Michael Brown—of Serac Adventure Films and the Outside Adventure Film School—keeps sending advice down from the top of the world. If you're an aspiring adventure filmmaker, you should pay attention. The latest installment, embedded above, offers advice on how to care for a camera when it's cold and wet. Of course, cold and wet are understatements when describing weather on the world's highest peak. So you can imagine that Brown's advice will do more than hold up in other locales. For more video advice from Everest, check out the adventure tab in our video player.

--Joe Spring

Filed To: Adventure, Climbing

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