Americas/U.S.

The DryZone series goes coastal on Tomales Bay with Blue Waters Kayaking

Filed in Americas/U.S., Environment, Products, Reviews, Travel Stories by on February 19, 2014 0 Comments
The DryZone series goes coastal on Tomales Bay with Blue Waters Kayaking

Editor’s note: Tomales Bay is a long inlet that forms the eastern boundary of Point Reyes National Seashore – and it’s not too far from our offices in Northern California. It’s also home to oyster farms, shorebirds, ducks, harbor seals, fisherman, sailors and the expert guides and naturalists of Blue Waters Kayaking. Dallas Smith and […]

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Rover Pro 45L AW visits Joshua Tree with Kaard Bombe & Friends

Filed in Americas/U.S., Products, Travel Stories, True Stories by on January 30, 2014 0 Comments
Rover Pro 45L AW visits Joshua Tree with Kaard Bombe & Friends

We like to follow the work, studies, projects and Tent Talk adventures of Kaard Bombe. He’s a videographer, editor, photographer, traveler, camper and entrepreneur from Arizona – you should see his schedule, these descriptions are no exaggeration. His latest camping trip took place a few weeks ago in the very surreal and photo-friendly Joshua Tree […]

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What to pack for an underwater shoot? Michele Westmorland shares what’s inside her Pro Roller x200.

What to pack for an underwater shoot? Michele Westmorland shares what’s inside her Pro Roller x200.

Editor’s note: Underwater photography requires specialized equipment and good dose of pioneering spirit. Our friend Michele Westmorland, a globetrotting pro who is equally at home in marine and land environments, shares what she packs, the backstory on two Papua New Guinea images and her upcoming plans (those include the ultimate safari in 2015 – you […]

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Pro photographer Ed Heaton, winter landscapes and the Pro Trekker 400 AW

Pro photographer Ed Heaton, winter landscapes and the Pro Trekker 400 AW

Editor’s note: Pennsylvania-based Ed Heaton is an award-winning photographer and educator who specializes in landscape and travel images. His Creative Composition workshops, seminars and classes are super-popular for enthusiasts who want to improve their control of light. Ed is a natural teacher who is known to “scout the best photogenic areas and adapt to the […]

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Nine locations, three Lowepro bags and Brandon Page: on assignment

Nine locations, three Lowepro bags and Brandon Page: on assignment

Editor’s note: Brandon Page of Columbus, Ohio is pretty much a Renaissance man: creative director, photographer, fine artist and musician. He just finished shooting a documentary-style visual campaign – consisting of video, stills and Instagram – for a major U.S. brand. The assignment involved some serious packing, a road trip, a plane trip, a dedicated […]

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In NYC this weekend? Enter now for a chance to win photo training with super-pros Tony Gale & Brian Smith!

Filed in Americas/U.S., Ask a Pro, Contests, Pro Photographers by on December 4, 2013 1 Comment
In NYC this weekend? Enter now for a chance to win photo training with super-pros Tony Gale & Brian Smith!

Enter now for your chance to win one of two passes to the APA Photo Assistant Basic Training taught by pros Tony Gale and Brian Smith on Saturday and Sunday, December 7 and 8. Classes are sponsored by the New York Chapter of American Photographic Artists and take place at Splashlight Studios in Manhattan, located […]

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Be a part of Mary Ellen Mark & Martin Bell’s Kickstarter campaign to fund the documentary “Streetwise: Tiny Revisited”

Filed in Americas/U.S., Events, Pro Photographers, True Stories by on December 4, 2013 0 Comments
Be a part of Mary Ellen Mark & Martin Bell’s Kickstarter campaign to fund the documentary “Streetwise: Tiny Revisited”

“She was beautiful, engaging and impossible to forget.” This is how social documentary and portrait photographer Mary Ellen Mark describes Erin “Tiny” Blackwell. Tiny was one of the subjects (and truly the star) of the 1984 Academy Award-nominated documentary Streetwise by Martin Bell, Mary Ellen Mark’s collaborator and husband. The film opened a generation’s eyes […]

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