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Nathalie Daoust defies constraint in North Korea


September 2019 issue News

While working on a photo documentary about North Korean women living in hiding in China, Nathalie Daoust decided to visit North Korea to better understand the story.She was permitted to visit but was allowed to take photographs only at designated tourist spots. She defied the restriction by connecting a cable release to the camera hanging from her neck and threading the release wire through her jacket and down to her hand. “This allowed me to click a photo whenever I wanted without touching... Continue Reading >

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 >

The magic behind Ken Kaminesky’s travel photography


October 2018 issue Profiles

His story starts with packing boxes in a Montreal warehouse, but the lasting image is what matters most to travel photographer Ken Kaminesky—not just the image in hand but the memory of its moment, too.For that, we find ourselves in Petra, the ancient Nabataean capital carved out of cliffs in Jordan. Kaminesky’s online portfolio includes images of Petra he took on one of his Discovery Photo Tours, a business he launched in 2016. His recollection quickly jumps to his image of Petra’s... 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 >

For this travel photographer, success is a soulful face


November 2017 issue Profiles

David Lazar's journey into countenanceThe girl with the green eyes is my favorite,” says travel photographer David Lazar.  He was in a rural village in Bangladesh when he noticed the girl—emerald eyes, emerald shirt, “a great face,” he says. By a stroke of luck, she and her friends approached him—this often happens to Lazar on his travels—asking what brought him to their tiny village. The sun was setting, so it was too late to capture a portrait. “I said, ‘You have really nice... Continue Reading >

Landscape photographer traded her apartment for the open road


June 2017 issue Business

We’ve all heard stories of people selling their belongings and taking to the open road on an indefinite adventure. What’s that like? We asked landscape photographer Mandy Lea about her experience traveling the nation’s parks in her teardrop camper.What inspired you to go on this indefinite journey?I was working in Austin, Texas, at a camera store, and I was running the education department. It was very 9 to 5, and I would freelance outside the store. I was very overworked. It consumed... Continue Reading >
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