A sun-powered trailer for your outdoor photography adventures

October 2018 issue Tech

When it’s time to follow your dreams and take to the open road, there’s nothing like a solar-powered Vistabule Teardrop trailer to make a home away from home. Its built-in Sunflare solar panels gather energy throughout the day to have a charge ready just in time for the golden hour.The trailer is designed to be beautiful and energy efficient, blending technology with comfort and economic design. Start with a basic package and add custom features to fit your needs. From storage to...Continue Reading >

Ken Kaminesky photographs the great migration


9.23.2018 News

Anatomy of an imagePhotographer: Ken KamineskyDate: Sept. 14, 2017Location: Serengeti National Park in TanzaniaSubject: WildebeestEquipment: Fujifilm X-T2 camera, Fujifilm XF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 WR lens, Fujifilm XF 2x TC WR TeleconverterKaminesky's notes: It had long been a top bucket list experience for me to visit Tanzania during the great migration. While I had visions of shooting specific animals, I did not think about exactly how or under what circumstances I’d be...Continue Reading >

How Guy Tal became the photographer’s photographer


August 2018 issue Profiles

Guy Tal uses photography to enhance his lifeGrowing up in Israel, Guy Tal’s love of the outdoors started early. In his 20s, while serving in the Israeli military on the Golan Heights, a truck brought supplies to the soldiers, including some books. Among those books was a copy of “Desert Solitaire” by iconic American environmental writer Edward Abbey. Tal was fascinated. The descriptions, the landscapes, the ideal of the rugged American West enveloped his imagination, though he didn’t...Continue Reading >

Team USA clinches 2018 World Photographic Cup

5.7.2018 News

After losing the World Photographic Cup to Portugal for the past two years, Team USA reclaimed the top spot for 2018. Competition results were announced May 6 in Sydney, Australia, with 30 countries represented. WPC pits teams of photographers from various countries against one another in friendly competition. The top 10 WPC images in each category for 2018:CommercialIllustration / Digital ArtNaturePortraitReportage / PhotojournalismWeddingCreated in 2013 through a partnership...Continue Reading >

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 >

Website crowdsources images to raise funds for national parks

May 2018 issue News

Art on the rangeWant to give back to the U.S. national parks? Sweden-born photographer Oscar Nilsson did. “I moved to California five years ago, and from the moment I first moved here I was so blown away by the national parks. They’re kind of part of what inspired me to pursue photography.”Hoping to buoy his muse, Nilsson partnered with pop-up events producer Alex Tatem to found The Art Rangers, a website where photographers and other artists can donate their park-inspired works to be...Continue Reading >
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