For years, the Markhof Pro photography glove by Norwegian brand Vallerret has been the photographer’s favorite. And with recent release of the Markhof Pro V3, Vallerret is bringing further improvements and refinements to an already excellent product.
Tinden is a brand new winter photography glove by Vallerret designed to handle severe temperatures. Who is it for, is it worth buying – in this review, I take a closer look at Tinden and share my thoughts and observations after using them for a few weeks.
With Markhof Pro 2.0, Vallerret seemingly created if not the perfect glove, then at least one pretty close to it. It looks stylish, fits really well, is pleasant to wear, and has become indispensable to my cold weather shooting sessions. I honestly cannot think of much else to wish for.
Not an overly popular destination, Punta Arenas if often overlooked by the travellers eager to see the more famous Patagonian landmarks. Yet Punta Arenas is a charming little town and has some fabulous photo locations that are well worth exploring.
Out of all the places in Torres del Paine, the day hike through French Valley probably impressed me the most. It is beautiful, diverse, and absolutely worth a visit for anyone who enjoys astonishing nature. It is, quite frankly, Patagonia at its finest.
Keeping hands warm is one of the biggest challenges of winter photography. For the last few weeks I’ve been using the Vallerret Ipsoot gloves designed specifically for landscape photographers. In this review I will share my honest opinion on the gloves and who I think they might be for.