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Adventure and business success are on the open road


May 2018 issue Profiles

It sounded doable: Capture a kayaker and a whale in the same frame. But a week into their whale watching assignment on Quebec’s St. Lawrence River, Peter Holcombe had a bank of images of migrating whales and a bank of images of his wife and daughter kayaking. No whale/kayaker composition in the bunch. “It was impossible to predict where the whale was going to surface,” says Peter’s wife and business partner, Kathy. For seven days at both dawn and dusk, she and daughter Abby dropped... Continue Reading >

Stefan Forster’s relentless landscape photography quest


April 2018 issue Profiles

As landscape photographer Stefan Forster remembers it, it was just before midnight last April when he was sleeping soundly inside a four-wheel drive SUV on a remote mountain pass in northeastern Chile when “All hell broke loose.”Photographer Stefan Forster © Stefan ForsterThe Swiss photographer had been in Chile and Bolivia for several weeks on a private photographic expedition. He’d made dramatic images of sunrises over expansive dunes, crystalline lakes, and other lowland... Continue Reading >

Scenic route: Travis Burke’s multi-year American road trip


February 2018 issue Profiles

It all started with a guest speaker at a community college. While taking photography classes in his hometown of San Diego, landscape and action sports photographer Travis Burke heard that a Surfer magazine editor would be giving a talk to some of the journalism students. Though the session had nothing to do with photography, Burke decided to attend, hoping to glean insight about the editorial process that might help him understand what imagery magazines need.  Photographer Travis Burke ©... Continue Reading >

Ryan Deboodt is addicted to discovering and photographing caves


March 2017 issue News

Beijing-based photographer Ryan Deboodt got hooked on caving and cave photography when he first explored Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and discovered "how amazing the world underneath us is," he says. Since then he's made a career out of subterranean photography, his work appearing in Smithsonian, Conde Nast Traveler, and National Geographic online, among other publications. Here's what we learned about Deboodt's success capturing the unseen underworld:    Photographing caves is... Continue Reading >

Shaken


June 2016 issue News

Tragedy and RESTORATION at the roof of the worldIn 2013, Charleton Churchill put out a call for adventurous souls. Two years later, in 2015, he planned to trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp to shoot a stylized wedding somewhere around 18,000 feet. A willing couple signed on, several corporate sponsors provided equipment, and Churchill set about planning the wedding shoot of a lifetime.In the spring of 2015, Churchill and his subjects began their trek to Base Camp. On April 25, at about 11,000... Continue Reading >

Rock on


May 2016 issue Profiles

Michael Clark's career on the precipiceNot many people can say they’ve fallen into quicksand. Michael Clark can. “I’ve nearly died several times,” laughs the veteran adventure sports photographer, ticking off his near death experiences: “caught in an avalanche, hit by a beach-ball-sized falling rock, hit by a car on my road bike while training. There are all kinds of exciting days where photography has been the least of my worries.”The worst, though, was the frayed rope day.... Continue Reading >
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